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  • Ed with beach huts in Mundesley
    Article: Apr 10, 2017

    On Thursday May 4th you get to choose a new County Council for Norfolk.

    Ed Maxfield is the Lib Dem candidate for Mundesley Division which includes Antingham, Bacton, Gimingham, Knapton, Mundesley, Northrepps, Overstrand, Paston, Sidestrand, Trimingham and Trunch.

    "Wyndham Northam has been a stalwart servant for the local area but his retirement means this election is a clear choice between myself and the new Conservative candidate. I fell in love with this part of North Norfolk when I first campaigned here for Norman Lamb more than 25 years ago. Now I am lucky enough to live locally and I am already campaigning hard on the issues that matter. It would be a real honour to represent local people at County Hall," says Ed.

  • Mundesley Tesco
    Article: Feb 27, 2017

    Before Christmas, Ed Maxfield asked local people whether they thought parking at the Tesco store in Mundesley was causing a problem - and if so, what should be done about it. There was a big response to the survey and Ed has now passed on the responses to the local councils and the store itself.

    "I wrote to around 200 households in the area around the Tesco store and more than 60 responded. A wide variety of different views were expressed - it may not be easy to find a solution that suits everyone but at least now we can see the scale of feeling about the issue," says Ed.

  • Tim Adams, Marion Millership and Norman Lamb
    Article: Feb 18, 2017

    Liberal Democrats have underlined their status as the only serious challengers to the Conservatives in North Norfolk.

    The party won a convincing victory in 'Waterside' ward (Catfield, Hickling, Ludham and Potter Heigham) recently in an election to choose a new District Councillor. The party gained the seat from the Conservatives with Labour and UKIP trailing hundreds of votes behind.

  • School crossing patrol protest at County Hall
    Article: Feb 18, 2017

    Norfolk County Council has backed down from its plans to scrap Bacton School's Lollipop Lady. The Children's Services Committee met at County Hall on Tuesday and decided unanimously not to go ahead with plans that would have seen School Crossing Patrols scrapped at a number of schools.

    Ed Maxfield praised parents and campaigners who fought the proposal.