Campaigners in North Norfolk are calling on the Konect Bus company to save the 2/2A bus service – just three years after the service was first launched.
A Norfolk council raised nearly £4,000 in car park fees during its ‘free’ parking days, prompting concerns about how the council dealt with the scheme.
Transport campaigners are calling on North Norfolk residents to take part in the latest Department for Transport consultation surrounding the East Anglia rail network.
A new report from the National Audit Office has said that funding has fallen for flood protection has fallen by 10% leaving 5 million homes at risk.
The North Norfolk Labour Party used a meeting at party conference to renew pressure on Greater Anglia to get them to bring later trains to North Norfolk.
Throughout June and July Denise Burke has been meeting voters in North Norfolk and listening to their concerns and issues in weekly street stalls.
A welcome for 4G investment in North Norfolk, but Labour is urging companies not to lose track of ensuring 100% basic coverage in rural areas.
Labour’s Protect Our Coast campaigners have welcomed reports that the Environment Agency should be able to reinstate flood defences after last year’s surge.
Labour has welcomed a partial u-turn over car parking fees from the Tories at North Norfolk District Council, but argue that it is ‘long overdue’.
Labour campaigners have welcomed talk of trains running 20 minutes later on Friday and Saturday from next year but want to see more improvements.