The North Norfolk Lib Dems are committed to helping the residents of North Norfolk. Working with Norman Lamb MP we are determined to make sure that North Norfolk remains a pleasant and safe place to live.
Cromer candidates Andreas Yiasimi and John Frosdick welcome the £1.4 million investment to help repair Cromer Pier.
Local Lib Dem candidates Vivienne Uprichard and Cllr Ann Moore outside North Walsham Hospital which has been given planning application for building a new £3.5 million, 24 bed unit.
After a cold and gruelling campaign Liberal Democrats in North Norfolk are delighted to have held the Waterside seat on North Norfolk District Council in a by election which took place on April 26th. Paul Williams, our new district councillor, beat his Tory challenger by 494 votes to 410 in a six way fight. The [...]
Hard working local councillor Marie Strong has been continuing to work to build support for the County Council’s “Better Broadband for Norfolk” campaign. Marie Strong commented, “There is a real enthusiasm for it. So much so that from Wells to Sculthorpe and Blakeney people have been going house-to-house with the details, asking people to sign [...]
I am carrying out survey of people across North Norfolk, to find out what the issues are that people care about locally. I will be reading all of the responses: I think it is really important for me to know your views, to help me represent you properly as your MP. You can fill in [...]
The village of Spa Common, a satellite of North Walsham is relieved that, finally, Enviroco/HFS has moved its tanker fleet out of the village to their new temporary site on the Industrial Estate. This is bound to make conditions in the Manor Road area from the schools down to White Horse Common so much safer for drivers, pedestrians, cyclists and, in particular, the children walking to school. It has been a long fight but determination to see this through to the bitter end has finally paid off.
On February 22nd at the North Norfolk District Council in Cromer the Liberal Democrat group voted against the Conservatives’ 2012/13 revenue budget. Liberal Democrat councillors voted to maintain the Council Tax at its present level and to support a programme of capital investment for the District which was for the most part the legacy of the Liberal Democrat administration.
Conservative controlled North Norfolk District Council decided to play scrooge this Christmas by announcing the end of free car parking at two different sites in North Walsham. The decision will see the Midland Road and the Mundesley Road car park change from being free parking to parking for season tickets only from the 1st April 2012. A season ticket can cost as much as £200.
Liberal Democrats have long campaigned for improvements to our local rail service. Now Norman Lamb MP has supported a motion of the North Norfolk District Council proposed by Liberal Democrats Eric Seward (North Walsham North) and Richard Smith (Sheringham North) on September 21.
Yesterday at North Norfolk District Council Lib Dem calls for consultation to refine the Conservative proposed Corporate Plan were rejected by Tory councillors. The move came after the Scrutiny Committee at NNDC referred the document back to Cabinet to make amendments.
Sheringham District Councillors Richard Smith, Brian Hannah, Richard Shepherd and Rhodri Oliver have written an open letter supporting a pedestrianisation trial scheme in Sheringham
At North Norfolk District Council’s meeting of the Full Council on September 21 the Final Accounts for the 2010/11 financial year were approved by councillors. The Liberal Democrat Group Leader, Virginia Gay, made the following statement: “For our part we Liberal Democrats are pleased to approve the Final Accounts for the financial year 2010/11.” “We [...]