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North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb set to embark on village tour

PUBLISHED: 17:44 27 August 2010 | UPDATED: 09:49 16 September 2010

Norman Lamb MP for North Norfolk will be meeting and greeting his constituents on his annual village surgery tour.

Norman Lamb MP for North Norfolk will be meeting and greeting his constituents on his annual village surgery tour.

Mr Lamb will be visiting more than 40 villages from August 31 through to September 3.

He said: “Even though I have taken on a role in government, I remain just as firmly of the view that it is really important for me to do this, so that I can get to see as many people across the constituency as possible, particularly people who find it difficult to travel away from their own village.”

Tour timetable:

Tuesday, August 31, 9.15am car park Community Centre, Stalham Road, Hoveton, 10am Outside Neatishead Primary School, 10.30am Outside the Preston Rooms, Ashmanhaugh, 11am Lay-by/bus stop outside Tunstead School, 11.45am At the end of Park Avenue, Scottow, 12.30am Smallburgh Village Hall Car Park, 1.45pm Horning Village Hall car park, 2.15pm Catfield Road, outside Throwers Village shop, Ludham, 2.45pm Station Road outside Post Office Potter Heigham, 3.30pm Catfield Village Hall Car Park, The Street, 4pm In lay-by near Elmhurst Ave, Sutton, 4.30pm Opposite Hickling Stores, The Green Hickling, 5.15pm outside the sub post office, Sea Palling

Wednesday, September 1, 9am In parking spaces by telephone box, Corpusty, 9.30am Parish Council Car Park, Old Post Road, Briston, 10.15am Outside Edgefield Village Hall, 10.45am Outside Baconsthorpe Post Office, 11.15am Outside Wheatsheaf public House, West Beckham, 11.45am Bodham Village Hall, 12.45pm Lay-by on main road near Old Post Office, High Kelling, 1.30pm Beach Lane opposite Weybourne Post Office , 2pm Outside Cley Village Hall car park, 2.45pm Outside Blakeney Village Hall car park, 3.30pm Stiffkey Village Hall car park, 4pm Langham Village Hall car park, 4.30pm Binham Village Hall car park, 5pm Sharrington Village Hall car park, 5.30pm Hindringham Village Hall car park.

Thursday, September 2, 9am Chapel Road by Trunch Corner Stores, Trunch, 9.30am Outside Gimingham Post Office, 10amPay & Display car park, Maritime Museum Mundesley, 10.45am Outside Trimingham Church, 11.15am Junction Harbord Rd/High Street Overstrand, midday Next to Foundry Arms Pub Northrepps by telephone box, 12.30pm Mini Market, 27 High Street Southrepps, 1.15pm Cromer Road lay-by next to council houses, Thorpe Market, 2pm car park of New Inn Pub, Roughton, 2.45pm By parish noticeboard opposite the Loke, Gresham, 3.15pm Juction Brittons Lane/Coast Road Beeston Regis, car park opposite Beeston Stores, 3.45pm West Runton Church Hall car park, Station Road, 4.30pm East Runton, Lower Common by village sign

Friday September 3, 9.30am Outside church, Worstead, 10.15am By Jolly Farmers Public House Swanton Abbott, 10.45am Felmingham Village Hall car park, 11.15am, Banningham, Crown Inn, Midday Erpingham Village Hall car park, 12.30pm Aldborough Green next to village sign, 2pm Outside Happisburgh Primary School, 2.30pm Walcott Village Hall, 3pm By Bacton Superstore, car park

There is no need to book an appointment but to find out more information, call Mr Lamb's office on 01692 403752.


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