candidates hit General Election campaign trail
MP hit the election trail on Saturday (April 10th) when he went
on a walkabout in the town centre.
voters going to the polls across the country in just three weeks,
David Heathcoat-Amory met shoppers in the High Street after earlier
visiting Brent Knoll.
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "The campaign is going very well
- I'm getting a very positive response on the streets."
other candidates were also out on the campaign trail, making door-to-door
visits in the area.
Heathcoat-Amory (Conservative) is one of several candidates standing
in the election - others are Tessa Munt (Liberal Democrats), Labour's
Andy Merryfield, UKIP's Jake Baynes and BNP candidate Richard
Heathcoat-Amory discussing the election with shoppers in Burnham
Munt with Amos Hurst, her volunteer driver for the last few weeks
leading up to the election, wearing her tour shirts featuring
the names of all 184 communities in the Wells constituency she
is visiting during the campaign