October 31, 2005
Conservative Party’s David Cameron visits Burnham-On-Sea

David Cameron, the front-runner in the race to become Conservative party leader, visited Burnham-On-Sea on Monday afternoon to meet supporters.

In front of a capacity audience in the Princess Hall, he addressed a crowd of several hundred Conservative party members and outlined why he believes he should be chosen to lead the party.

The surprise visit was kept under wraps and entry was on an invitation-only basis.

One of the attendees told Burnham-On-Sea.com: “There was standing room only.”

David cameron addressing the crowd of supporters in Burnham's Princess Hall“The Princess was filled to capacity with Conservative members and councillors who were all interested to hear more from the man who could become our next Prime Minister.”

The photo above shows Mr Cameron speaking to ITV West’s cameras outside Burnham’s Princess Hall on Monday October 31st and, right, speaking to the capacity audience inside.

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