Graham Plant - Gorleston St Andrews

Graham Plant is the Conservative Candidate for the Norfolk County Council Election on 4th May 2017 for the Gorleston St Andrews Division. Graham is a local man he was brought up and educated in Gorleston and is an experienced local councillor.

Dedicated to public service Graham will work to ensure that our public services are protected. Our libraries and Fire Stations are essential assets for our community he will fight tooth and nail to ensure he protects them along with his County Conservative Colleagues. He will represent your interests and is not afraid to speak up over real issues that matter. Over the last 17 years he has successfully worked with and helped many local residents with their various enquiries and issues.

As Gorleston expands he will be making the argument for more resources to improve the quality of life for residents.

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