Andrew Jamieson - North Coast

“I mean to bring new jobs and wider opportunities for people in West Norfolk. My local experience has shown that it is possible to create rewarding local employment by supporting small businesses. However, better transport, at times suitable to get people to and from local employment, is an immediate priority. Local education in Hunstanton must provide a full range of opportunities for young people, including vocational and technical training. Finally, Hunstanton needs the support of local agencies to continue to do the great work it has done over the decades to make the beach such a unique place for everyone.”

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Hal Turkmen - Aylsham

Hal is the Conservative candidate for the Aylsham division.

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Carl Smith - Breydon

Carl has been selected to represent the Breydon Division at the Norfolk County council Elections

Penny Carpenter - Caister-on-Sea

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Margaret Stone - Clavering

I am married with two children and four grandchildren.  I trained as a Nurse at Addenbrooke’s.  My entire professional life was spent in the Health Service supporting the sick, vulnerable or oppressed.  For 25 years, I worked in research looking at the causes and treatment of 200 types of arthrit