A story in the EDP about the Cromer Crab Company provides hope for workers at the factory.
North Norfolk Labour Party will be campaigning in Cromer on Saturday morning from 10.30am. The campaign, to raise awareness about the cuts to youth provisions in Norfolk, will be in Cromer for the first time since the party started it. If you wish to get involved you can contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Keep It Cromer petition handover was reported in the EDP this morning. The article is below.
As previously reported, the Keep It Cromer petition was handed to Young’s today. Below is footage of the petition handover from BBC Look East.
This morning the Keep It Cromer petition will be handed over to Cromer Crab Company bosses. It will be presented by North Norfolk Labour Chairman Tim Bartlett with Labour MEP Richard Howitt, MP Norman Lamb, and District Council Cabinet member Trevor Ivory. Pictured above – North Norfolk Labour’s Press Officer Sam Rushworth and Party Chairman Tim Barlett. (Photo: Steve Downes/EDP)
Tomorrow Young’s will receive North Norfolk Labour’s Keep It Cromer petition. Over 6,500 people have signed up so far – is your name in here?
North Norfolk Labour Party will be campaigning in Stalham tomorrow morning from 10.30am. The campaign, to raise awareness about the cuts to youth provisions in Norfolk, will start outside the Tesco supermarket. Interested parties wishing to get involved can contact us via email@example.com for more information.
North Norfolk Labour Party’s Keep It Cromer campaign has been reported on the New Statesman magazine’s website this weekend. Rowenna Davis, who visited Cromer to report for The Observer, included a piece in her blog on the website. She called the campaign a “grassroots lesson for Labour” that the “rest of Labour should take note” of. You can read the full article here on the New Statesman website.
Following the article in The Observer today, Russell Kane has come out in support of the Keep It Cromer campaign. He later added in an interview with The Guardian: “Cromer Crab is part of my childhood, one of my dad’s favourite foods. He was always going on about them. And even if they take those same crabs to Grimsby and Scotland, they won’t have been made in Cromer. Plus, surely, you lose some freshness no matter how do you do it! “
You can read the full story on The Observer website here.