Mid Norfolk Conservatives

The aim of the Conservative Party is to secure a better future for Britain. We are delighted that, in June 2017, George Freeman was re-elected as the Member of Parliament for the Mid Norfolk Constituency. Our Association covers the towns of Attleborough, Dereham, Watton and Wymondham and over 112 surrounding villages.  Please take a look through our website and if you'd like to become involved, send us an email or call us on 01953 603742.



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The inaugural Big Tent Ideas Fest was launched by George Freeman and others in September 2017 to renew the grassroots of mainstream politics: lessons from the pioneers of social, economic and cultural renewal.  with larger open ticketed Ideas Festivals planned for 2018. More details at www.bigtent.org.uk.  


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Living Wage helps 300,000 out of low pay

The number of workers on low pay in the UK has fallen by more than 300,000 following the Conservatives’ introduction of the national living wage, a think tank says.

David Gauke Conference Speech

“In 2010, our economy faced a crisis. 
We were borrowing more than at any time in our peace time history.
Unemployment had risen by nearly 850,000 in the previous two years, we had just under 4 million workless households. 


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