MP Norman Lamb set to tour north Norfolk villages

North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb is about to set off on his annual summer tour of villages in his constituency.

Between Tuesday August 30 and Friday September 2 Mr. Lamb will hold 57 surgeries across the patch.

The aim of the tour is to give local people the opportunity to meet him and discuss any issues of local concern.

Last year a number of issues were raised including the lack of affordable housing and the unfairness of council tax.

Mr Lamb said: 'I understand that for various reasons it isn't always possible to attend my weekly surgeries in the main towns. Holding this tour allows me to see as many people across the constituency as possible and allows people who find it difficult to leave their village to raise concerns with me.'


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Anyone wanting to talk to Mr Lamb at any of the locations can simply arrive at the given time. There is no need to book an appointment, although it would be helpful to telephone his office beforehand on 01692 403752 to give an idea of items to be discussed.

Mr Lamb also holds regular surgeries in each of the main towns – Stalham, North Walsham, Cromer, Sheringham, Holt and Wells. Appointments can be booked by ringing the office.

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Tour dates:

Tuesday August 30

9.15 Sharrington village hall car park, 9.45 Hindringham village hall car park, 10.15 Binham by Howells superstore Back Street, 10.45 Stiffkey village hall car park, 11.15 Langham village hall car park, 11.45 Blakeney village hall car park, 12.20 Cley village hall car park, 12.50 Kelling tea rooms car park, 1.15 Weybourne Beach lane opposite village stores, 1.40 High Kelling layby by old Post Office, 2.10 Bodham village hall, 2.40 West Beckham, outside Wheatsheaf pub, 3.10 Aylsham Roman Camp Inn, 3.40 Gresham by parish notice opposite Loke, 4.10 Baconsthorpe outside Post Office house by post box; 4.35 Edgefield outside village hall, 5.05 Briston outside Co-Op, 5.35 parish noticeboard on Heydon Road.

Wednesday August 31

9.15 Beeston Regis junction of Britons Lane and Coast Road, 9.40 West Runton church hall car park, Station Road, 10 East Runton Lower Common by village sign, 10.30 Overstrand, junction of Harbord Road and High Street, 10.55 Northrepps next to Foundry Arms by phone box, 11.25 Roughton New Inn, 11.50 Thorpe Market Cromer Road layby near council houses, 12.15 Southrepps minimarket 27 High Street, 12.40 Gimingham outside post office, 1.05 Trunch Chapel Road corner stores, 1.35 Antingham Church Close, 2.15 Aldborough green next to village sign, 2.45 Erpingham village hall car park, 3.10 Banningham Crown

Thursday September 1

9.15 Trimingham outside church, 9.40 Mundeseley car park near Maritime Museum, 10.10 Bacton superstore car park, 10.35 Walcott village hall, 11.05 Happisburgh outside school, 11.45 Sea Palling outside post office, 12.10 Waxham barn cafe, 12.40 Stalham Tesco car park, 1.05 Sutton lay by near Elmhust Avenue opposite garden centre, 2 Hickling opposite stores on the Green, 2.35 Catfield village hall car park, 3 Potter Heigham outside Station Road post office, 3.25 Ludham, Catfield Road outside Throwers village shop.

Friday September 2

9.15 Smallburgh village hall car park, 9.45 Worstead outside church, 10.20 Felmingham village hall car park, 10.50 Swanton Abbott Jolly Farmers pub, 11.15 Scottow end of Park Avenue, 11.40 Badersfield parking area near St Edwards community church, 12.10 Sloley, Worstead railway station, 12.35 Tunstead bus stop outside school, 1pm Ashmanhaugh outside Preston Rooms, 1.45 Neatishead outside school, 2.15 Horning village hall car park, 2.45 Hoveton community centre car park, Stalham Road.

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