Consult your MP in supermarket car parks!
GEOFFREY Cox, MP for Torridge and West Devon, is to offer advice sessions in local supermarket car parks and town centres around the constituency, enabling local people to do their shopping and to pop in and see their MP. This Saturdayhe is to be in the
GEOFFREY Cox, MP for Torridge and West Devon, is to offer advice sessions in local supermarket car parks and town centres around the constituency, enabling local people to do their shopping and to pop in and see their MP.
This Saturdayhe is to be in the Holsworthy Memorial car park from 10am - 11:30am, and then in the Holsworthy Waitrose car park from 11:45am - 1:00pm in his mobile surgery Camper Van for an open advice session.
The MP is holding open surgeries in his "MP mobile" around the market towns of Torridge and West Devon in local supermarket car parks and town centres, as well as taking to the roads for his usual tour of the villages this summer.
Mr Cox said: "I want to be as accessible as possible and by parking up in supermarket car parks and town centres, many people who do not have the time to make an appointment at my regular Saturday surgeries are able to consult me about a personal problem or just to tell me what is on their mind. Anybody can just come along and have a chat with me in the privacy and comfort of my mobile surgery!"
You may also want to watch:
See www.geoffreycox.co.uk for both regular and mobile surgery dates, and contact information. Alternatively, please phone 01237 459001.
- 1 Speeding driver facing jail after 'web of lies'
- 2 Chivenor marines among UK troops hit by Norway Covid outbreak
- 3 Covid-19 roundup: Devon cases fall but follow lockdown rules
- 4 Busy first day for new Covid-19 vaccination centre at Westward Ho!
- 5 Judge jails 'worst' drink driver he has ever seen
- 6 Pictures: North Devon's winter wonderland
- 7 Work begins on Northam Burrows Visitor Centre refurbishment
- 8 Tributes paid to 'legendary' North Devon vet Brian Crawford
- 9 Two arrested as teenager fights for life after Ilfracombe stabbing
- 10 Covid vaccine: Roll out continues but is North Devon being left out?