King's Lynn & West Norfolk chief to end 14-year stint

By Martin Ford | 27 June 2019

One of Norfolk's longest serving chief executives is to retire from King's Lynn & West Norfolk BC.

Ray Harding’s career in local government began in 1996 in Leominster, moving to East Cambs in 1997 before becoming a corporate director at King's Lynn & West Norfolk in 2003.

In March 2005 he became chief executive, a role he has held for 14 years.

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