On the 15th February 2018, there is to be an election for the position of District Councillor. This is for Worstead, and included Swanton Abbot, Westwick, Suffield, Skeyton and Felmingham.
David Spencer is the North Norfolk Labour Party’s candidate.
He is the only candidate capable of bringing sensible influence to the chaos created by infighting between Tories and Lib Dems.
David is actively involved in improving local communities. He is hard-working, dedicated and effective, and will make the difference the community needs. He has prior experience of being a councillor, so knows the ropes.
David has the commitment of a local campaigner to make a difference for the community. He has a proven track record of campaigning for safe roads, better drainage, rural speed limits, and against the axing of all PCSO’s in North Norfolk.
Whilst the Lib Dems may want a two horse race, the North Norfolk Labour Party firmly believes it can build on its successes in recent town council elections and get David Spencer elected.
David has outlined four priorities for the local area:
- Roads – it’s time to have pot-holes fixed;
- Drainage – putting an end to clogged-up sewers;
- Speeding – traffic calming measures are urgently needed; and,
- Crime – crime is getting worse, and axing all 17 PCSO’s will make it worse still.
David says: “Voters want a hard-working, dedicated and effective councillor. I have the experience as a local councillor and the commitment as a local campaigner to make a difference for you and your community.”
“Labour’s road safety campaign in North Walsham produced results. A Labour councillor can do the same in Worstead. Labour is eager to give you the community you deserve. Norfolk County Council cuts are coming your way and we need as united, effective opposition.”
David has highlighted the key areas budget cuts will affect – local buses; your mobile library; services for children; care for the elderly; and, winter gritters.
On the 15 February 2017, the people of Worstead Ward will have the chance to vote for better future for their community. For those living in Worstead, Felmingham, Swanton Abbott, Suffield, Skeyton and Westwick, David Spencer is the candidate.
This is very much a three horse race.