Fiona Turner - Mundesley

As one of your candidates for the Mundesley Division in North Norfolk, I have spoken to hundreds of people in the area in recent weeks. It has been a very rewarding experience.

As North Norfolk becomes increasingly popular, we are faced with the possibility of more housing, busier roads and more tourists. People locally want to retain the very special social, cultural and environmental gifts we have. Many residents here are people want a vibrant local economy, have worked hard all their lives and paid their taxes. They want to see their money being well spent on services that matter.

I think a good County Councillor should listen to the hopes and fears around change, and represent their community in a compassionate and intelligent way. I hope and believe that I can do that for the people of Mundesley and ask you to lend me your support on May 4th.

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