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General Election 2019: Where can I see the North Norfolk candidates debate?

PUBLISHED: 16:40 26 November 2019 | UPDATED: 17:16 26 November 2019

Candidates for the North Norfolk seat in the 2019 General Election, clockwise from top left, Emma Corlett (Lab), Harry Gwynne (Brex), Karen Ward (Lib Dem) and Duncan Baker (Con). Images: Supplied

Candidates for the North Norfolk seat in the 2019 General Election, clockwise from top left, Emma Corlett (Lab), Harry Gwynne (Brex), Karen Ward (Lib Dem) and Duncan Baker (Con). Images: Supplied

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The are four hustings events planned for the four candidates vying to become North Norfolk’s MP in the upcoming general election.

The first hustings will be at Stalham Baptist Church in High Street at 7pm on Wednesday, November 27.

The candidates will then be at a hustings at Cromer Parish Hall on Wednesday, December 4 at 7.30pm. There will also be a hustings at St Nicholas, the parish church of Wells, on Monday, December 9 at 7pm.

Another hustings will take place St Andrew's Church in Saxthorpe on Tuesday, December 10, 7pm.

At each event, members of the audience will have the chance to put questions to the candidates.

The candidates for the seat are Karen Ward of the Liberal Democrats, Harry Gwynne of the Brexit Party, Emma Corlett from Labour and Duncan Baker from the Conservatives.

Key issues include mental health, coastal erosion, transport infrastructure and rural broadband.


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