Norman Lamb MP to visit No1 Cromer to see how they are benefitting from the recovery

Liberal Democrats have helped to restore the UK economy to pre-crash levels, figures released today show. The UK economy has grown by 0.8% over the last quarter, ensuring that the UK economy has now returned to the same level it had before the banking crisis in 2008.  Furthermore, new growth forecasts from the IMF show […]

Victory for parents in Happisburgh Common School Bus campaign

Norman Lamb and local councillors Lee Walker and Eric Seward have welcomed news that Happisburgh Common’s school bus will not be withdrawn. Parents were shocked to be told that Norfolk County Council was considering removal of the bus to Happisburgh school because of the distance to the school and because a safe walking route existed. […]

Support our campaign for better rail services in North Norfolk

Over the coming year, the Department for Transport will be working to set out the details of rail services in our area for the new Greater Anglia rail franchise. It is important that these new plans take into account our priorities for rail services in North Norfolk. Only recently, campaigners have welcomed news that North […]

2014 Queen’s Speech: Good news for North Norfolk

Dear constituent, Over recent months, there has been increasingly strong evidence that an economic recovery is really taking hold here in North Norfolk.  Figures from the Office of National Statistics showed that the economy grew by 0.8% in the first quarter of 2014 – marking the longest period of growth since the financial crisis.  The […]

Dementia Awareness Week: can you help?

In 2010, there were estimated to be over 13,000 people affected by dementia here in Norfolk.  By 2030, that figure is expected to rise to 24,000.  The disease costs the economy £23 billion a year, and that figure is expected to treble by 2040. But as anyone who has come into contact with dementia will […]