As liberal democrats we are driven by our values, which shine through in everything we do - whether that’s what we fight for, or the way we campaign, or the way we treat each other.
But since I got elected to the County Council in May last year, it’s really struck me how big the gap in conversation is between politics and people. Something needs to be done to bridge the divide that’s opened up in our country, and it starts by opening up the conversation and bringing politics back to people.
That’s why we’re running a tour of village halls across Norfolk.
Come and talk about your vision for society, what you think political parties should do differently, and what difference this could make to your family, your community and the wider world!
We’ll be running this as a series of events across North Norfolk.
New Events for 2019
All 'Cheese and Wine' events except where shown otherwise.
Field Dalling Village Hall 6pm - 9pm on 8th February
Trunch Crown Pub - "Pizza and Politics" 6pm - 9pm on 13th February
Weybourne Village Hall 6pm - 9pm on 20th February
Walsingham - The Black Lion 6pm - 9pm - LibDem Pint on 25th February
Fulmodestone Village Hall 6pm - 9pm on 7th March
Aldborough - The Black Boys Pub 6pm - 9pm - Lib Dem Pint on 14th March
Great Plumstead Village Hall - 6pm - 9pm on 22nd March
Mundesley Village Hall 6pm - 9pm on 27th March
Sheringham Community Centre 6pm - 9pm on 17th May
North Walsham Community Centre - 6pm - 9pm on 22nd May
Overstrand Village Hall 6pm - 9pm on 31st May
Will you join me? Click any of the dates above to RSVP. We'll be voting each time on the next issue for discussion - so people are encouraged to come to as many as they like and follow the story as it develops.
We might agree, we might disagree, but if we’re going to bridge the divide that’s opened up in our country, then we need to have the conversation.
And if you have any spare money you’d like to donate to support this, and our campaign to win control of North Norfolk District council next year, please follow the donate link. Thank you.
County Councillor Steffan Aquarone