North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb to visit 55 villages in five days - and here is where you can meet him

Norman Lamb is gearing up for a tour of 55 north Norfolk villages.

Norman Lamb is gearing up for a tour of 55 north Norfolk villages. - Credit: PA

North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb will visit 55 villages in five days as he embarks on his annual tour of the communities in his patch.

The village surgery tour, which takes place from Tuesday August 27 to Saturday August 31, is designed to give electors the chance to talk to their MP about issues that concern them.

He said: 'My annual village tour serves a fantastically important purpose. Every year I meet people in their own villages, and take up new issues as a result.

'Not everyone finds it easy to get to my regular surgeries that take place in north Norfolk's towns. This is something I look forward to every year – it is an invaluable opportunity to find out what is happening in local communities.'

Anyone who wants to talk to Mr Lamb can turn up at the given time. There is no need to book an appointment, though it would be helpful for people who know they intend to be at any of the locations to let the constituency office know beforehand on 01692 403752.


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The schedule for the tour is:

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Tuesday August 27:

9.45am - Smallburgh village hall car park

10.05am - Swanton Abbott, outside the Jolly Farmer Pub

10.25am - Worstead, outside the church

11.15am - Scottow, at the end of Park Avenue

11.40am - Badersfield, in the parking area near St Edward's Community Church

12.05pm - Sloley, outside Worstead station

12.30pm - Tunstead, in the layby/bus stop outside Tunstead school

1.20pm - Ashmanhaugh, outside the Preston Rooms

1.55pm - Neatishead, outside Neatishead village shop

2.15pm - Hoveton, at the community centre car park, Stalham Road

2.45pm - Horning, in the village hall car park

Wednesday August 28:

10am - Trimingham, outside the church

10.25am - Mundesley, in the NNDC car park near the Maritime Museum

10.50am - Bacton, by Bacton Superstore

11.15am - Walcott, at the village hall

11.40am - Happisburgh, outside the school

12.10pm - Sea Palling, outside the sub post office

12.30pm - Waxham, outside Waxham Barn Café

1.45pm - Sutton, in the layby near Elmhurst Avenue

2.10pm - Hickling, opposite Hickling Stores, The Green

2.35pm - Catfield, in the village hall car park, The Street

3pm - Potter Heigham, on Station Road outside Post Office

3.25pm - Ludham, on Catfield Road, outside Throwers' shop

Thursday August 29:

9.30am - Edgefield, outside the village hall

10.10am - Corpusty, at the parish noticeboard on the village green

10.45am - Briston, outside the Co-operative store

11.15am - Hindringham, in the village hall car park

11.35am - Binham, by Howells Superstore (Back Street)

11.55am - Langham, opposite the Bluebell pub

12.50pm - Stiffkey, in the village hall car park

1.15pm - Blakeney, in the village hall car park

1.35pm - Cley, outside the village hall car park

2pm - Salthouse, on The Green by the Dun Cow

2.45pm - Weybourne, on Beach Lane opposite the Village Stores

3.15pm - Gresham, by the parish noticeboard opposite the Loke

Friday August 30:

10.15am - Beeston Regis, at the junction of Britons Lane/Coast Road

10.40am - West Runton, in the church hall car park, Station Road

10.55am - East Runton, on Lower Common by the village sign

11.15am - Overstrand, by the tourist information point

11.45am - Northrepps, near the Foundry Arms pub by the phone box

12.15pm - Roughton, outside the New Inn

1.25pm - Thorpe Market, outside Green House, opposite the village green

1.45pm - Southrepps, outside the Mini Market

2.10pm - Gimingham, outside the village hall, Church Street

2.30pm - Trunch, on Chapel Road by Trunch Corner Stores

3pm - Antingham, on Church Close (beside the village green)

3.30pm - Aldborough, on Aldborough Green

3.55pm - Erpingham, in the village hall car park

4.25pm - Felmingham, in the village hall car park

Saturday August 31:

10.30am - Kelling, in the Tea Rooms car park

11am - High Kelling, in the layby near Old Post Office

11.25am - Bodham, at the village hall

12 noon - West Beckham, outside the Wheatsheaf pub

12.30pm - Baconsthorpe, outside the post office (house) by the post box

1pm - Aylmerton, outside the Roman Camp Inn.

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