INCINERATOR - Minister backs campaign
Campaigners fighting against the incinerator were given a boost by a health minister.
North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb met the North West Norfolk branch of the Liberal Democrats and members of King’s Lynn Without Incineration (KLWIN) in Castle Acre.
The care minister listened to concerns raised by Elaine Oliver, Mike Knights and Jenny Perryman before knocking on doors to speak to villagers.
He said: “I am delighted to be able to support the local Lib Dems and KLWIN in their battle against the incinerator.
“This is a crucial time for the campaign and I know they will do everything they can to stop this scheme.”
Meeting organiser Mrs Oliver, who is also the vice-chairman of North West Norfolk Lib Dems, said: “It was great to see Norman in West Norfolk backing local Lib Dems, residents and KLWIN in fighting against this undemocratic proposal.
“As the only major party to oppose incineration nationally we will continue to argue for greener, cleaner and cheaper alternatives, and we will be carrying this message forward into the county council elections in May.”
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