Throughout June and July Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate Denise Burke has been meeting voters on the streets of North Norfolk and listening to their concerns and issues in weekly street stalls.
The surgeries have already taken Denise to Sheringham, Cromer, Stalham, North Walsham and Holt with more dates to be added throughout the summer.
Mrs Burke is interested in meeting both non-voters and voters from across the political spectrum. She is particularly keen to meet those with stories or issues she can help take up as part of casework.
Denise Burke says she had a positive response to the surgeries so far: “Our first street stalls in June were met with a positive response from local voters. The reaction I am getting is that many residents are looking for an alternative voice to the parties within the coalition government.
I am keen to speak to residents about local and national issues including housing, cuts to the NHS, and the state of the economy.”
She added: “It is becoming clear that, despite talk about a recovery from the Prime Minister, it is not being seen in North Norfolk where incomes are falling and house prices are rising.”