Thursday, 15 August 2013

Morecambe's David Morris MP Announces Summer Tour Events

David Morris MP will again be touring the Morecambe and Lunesdale constituency over the Summer and he's encouraging as many constituents as possible to visit one of his events.

“Last year’s tour was a success and this year I have included more advice surgeries,"  says the MP, whose recent announcements include opposing the closure of Skerton High (see news story) and backing investment in fracking. "My summer tour is a great opportunity to meet as many people as possible.”

The dates are:

Monday 19th August
10am - Drop in Advice Surgery Tesco Carnforth
11.30am - Meet Your MP Event at the George Washington Pub
12.30pm - Meet Your MP Event at Silverdale Post Office
1.15pm - Meet Your MP Event at the Silverdale Hotel
2pm - Drop in Advice Surgery at Silverdale Library
3.30pm - Meet Your MP Event at Over Kellet Village Hall

Tuesday 20th August
10.30am - Meet Your MP Event on the Mobile Library at the Memorial Hall Slyne-with-Hest
12 noon - Meet Your MP Event at the Royal Hotel in Bolton - le- Sands
1.15pm - Meet Your MP Event at Morecambe and Lunesdale Conservative Association, Bare

Wednesday 21st August
10am - Drop in Advice Surgery at Morrisons in Morecambe

Possible questions you could ask are:

Why he voted against raising concerns about waiting times in Accident and Emergency departments?

Voted against a call to not abolish the Agricultural Wages Board, which will affect many of his rural constituents?

• Why is he backing a scurrilously misleading graphic claiming Labour backs unlimited benefits?



• Why is he supporting the ConDems privatisation of the Post Office, which has been a national institution since 1625?<

>• Why did he tell constituents he opposed the controversial badger cull – and then vote for it?<

• You can follow David on Twitter; on Facebook: or visit his web site - www.davidmorris.org.uk

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It's ridiculous that he only comes to see the constituents once a year. I need my hair doing much more often than that.