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Julian Sturdy - Strong Voice for York Outer

Julian Sturdy

Member of Parliament for York Outer

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Coffee Shop Surgery This Saturday

September 3, 2015

Julian is holding one of his regular Coffee Shop Surgeries this Saturday (05th September), accompanied by Cllr David Carr, the Copmanthorpe Ward Councillor.

They will be at Little Acorn’s Café in Copmanthorpe, between 9:30am till 11am and will be on hand to listen to any concerns you would like to raise, whether it be local, national or international. No appointments are necessary, so please feel free to drop in and see them at any time during the session.

Commenting Julian said:

“It has always been one of my key priorities as an MP to be as accessible as possible to all constituents and that is why I regularly host advice surgeries and public meetings at village halls, supermarkets and coffee shops around the constituency. It is really important to me to stay engaged with the issues that really matter to the people I have been elected to represent, regardless of how big or small they are considered to be.

 So if you have any concerns or queries or you just want to say hello, please do come along and see me on Saturday morning.”