North Norfolk Liberal Democrats say improvements to the Bittern Line should be an essential part of the deal when the local rail franchise is renewed next year.Read more
Norman Lamb is encouraging North Norfolk residents to take part in Breast Cancer Now’s flagship fundraiser, wear it pink, on Friday 23rd October.Read more
Norfolk County Council has given the green light to a new road that will make it easier for visitors to reach North Norfolk and for local people to reach economic hot spots like London and Cambridge.
The popular Konnectbus 2/2A service between Holt - Sheringham - Cromer - Norwich is under threat. Norman Lamb is calling on local people to help make the case for protecting the service by signing his petition. Click here to sign.
Twenty two thousand Norfolk children are now in good schools. Liberal Democrat councillors, working together with other parties, have made improvements to services for children a priority since the Conservatives lost power at County Hall two years ago.Read more
Summertime traffic queues have long plagued North Norfolk's towns and villages. As the number of visitors grows it seems local roads are often struggling to cope and this year was no different.Read more
Liberal Democrat MP Norman Lamb wants all children to have access to nursery school so they can get the best start in life.Read more
Villages in the Broads area experience regular problems with flooding. Norman Lamb and local County Councillor Dave Thomas are working hard to get action.Read more
Norman Lamb's tour of North Norfolk villages enters its final day tomorrow (Saturday 5th September). His annual round of street corner advice surgeries takes in around 60 villages, with ten more stops planned for the final day.Read more
I would like to thank everyone who supported this campaign by signing my petition over recent weeks.
We gathered over 1000 signatures which is a huge response. It proves just how valued rural bus services are. I know that many people shared the page with friends on Facebook which really helped to spread the message.
I met with officials at Norfolk County Council recently to make sure that they understood the strength of support and to press the case for protecting the route. They told me that although First have decided to withdraw the No 12 route, Sanders and Konnect will be adapting their existing timetables to make sure local communities still receive a good bus service. The County Council officials told me that the services should be pretty much as good as the route withdrawn by First.
I am delighted that Sanders Coaches will be creating a new service, the No 10, which will serve Stalham, Catfield, Lundham, Horning and Hoveton. This sounds like really good news but I would encourage you to let me know what you think once the new timetables are published. The amended services will be the X11 operated by Sanders and the 71 operated by Konnect.
It is important that fares remain affordable and that the new routes continue to operate on a regular basis, so I would be really grateful for your feedback once the services start on 21 September.
Thank you to everyone who supported this important campaign!