Andrew Turner hosts summer surgeries

By a County Press reporter

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

 

MP Andrew Turner is urging residents to drop into his mobile summer surgery which will be visiting villages and towns across the Isle of Wight.

The programme gives people the chance to talk to Mr Turner about any concerns or issues they want to raise without having to make an appointment or a special journey to Newport.

Mr Turner said: "The summer recess from parliament gives me the perfect opportunity to get out and about in the community, something I really enjoy doing.

"I get the chance to talk to lots of people about a variety of topics. You don’t have to make an appointment, just turn up to see me wherever is most convenient for you.

"I get to meet people who want me to help them with serious issues as well as those who don’t really have a problem but just want a chat. That’s perfectly fine as it’s really important to me, as the Island’s MP, to find out what Islanders are thinking."

He added: "During the course of the year, I try to give people different opportunities to talk to me; I hold my weekly surgery at my office in Newport, supermarket surgeries across the Island and knock on doors on many Saturday mornings, but the summer surgery remains popular with many people."

Mr Turner will also have a stand at the Garlic Festival on August 16 and 17.

Wednesday, August 13

Gatcombe (Church)                       09:45 to 10:00                           

Chillerton (Village Hall)                  10:10 to 10:30

Chale (Chale Green Stores)           10:40 to 11:15

Chale (Wight Mouse)                    11:25 to 11:45

Niton (High Street)                        11:55 to 12:15

Niton Undercliffe (Buddle Inn)         12:25 to 12:45

Whitwell (White Horse)                  13:50 to 14:10

Rookley (Co-Op)                           14:20 to 14:40

Newport (St Thomas’ Square)         14:50 to 15:20

    

Thursday, August 14

Newbridge (Community Centre)        09:45 to 10:15

Yarmouth (The Square)                   10:20 to 10:45

Freshwater (Co-op)                         10:55 to 11:25

Freshwater (Moa Place)                  11:30 to 12:00

Totland (Broadway)                         12:10 to 12:30

Brook (Seely Hall)                          12:40 to 13:00

Brighstone (Three Bishops)             14:00 to 14:30

Limerstone (Farm)                          14:40 to 14:50

Shorwell (Crown Inn)                       15:00 to 15:15

Newport (Morrisons)                        15:25 to 16:00

Tuesday, August 19

Arreton (Post Office)                   10:00 to 10:25

Newchurch (Pointer Inn)              10:35 to 10:55

Winford (Hairpin Bend)                11:05 to 11:35

Apse Heath (Car Park)                11:45 to 12:05

Sandown (near Library)                12:15 to 13:00

Lake (Morrisons)                         14:00 to 14:40

Lake (Sandown Road, by shops)  14:50 to 15:15

Newport (St James’ Square)         15:40 to 16:15

 

Wednesday, August 20

Elmfield (Shops)                            1000 to 1020

Ryde (Monkton Street Shops)         1030 to 1050

Ryde (Co-op)                                 1100 to 1150

Haylands (Lake Huron)                   1200 to 1215

Binstead (Post Office)                    1315 to 1330

Wootton (Tesco)                            1340 to 1410

Whippingham (Community Centre)  1420 to 1435

East Cowes (Co-op)                       1445 to 1515

East Cowes (Waitrose)                   1515 to 1545

 

Thursday, August 21

Pan (Shops)                         0945 to 1015

Merstone (Bus Stop)            1025 to 1040

Godshill (The Essex)            1055 to 1120

Wroxall (Spar)                     1130 to 1145

Lowtherville (Shop)               1155 to 1210

St Lawrence (Post Office)     1320 to 1340

Ventnor (High St Car Park)    1350 to 1410

Shanklin (Boots)                  1425 to 1440

Shanklin (Co-op)                  1445 to 1515    

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