Fighting for a fair deal for Cornwall

Fighting for a fair deal for Cornwall

As Member of Parliament for North Cornwall, I am proud to represent the community I grew up in. I still live here, and I’m now raising my own family in Bodmin, with my wife, Heidi.

This website allows people to observe my work both in Parliament and in all the different parts of North Cornwall. The constituency has sixty five parishes and I try to get to all of them regularly, to meet residents, and to listen to their concerns, so I can raise the issues that matter to people here when I speak up for us in Westminster.

Representing the people of North Cornwall in Parliament is an honour and contact with my constituents is key. On this site you will find details of how to contact me in person, by email or by post. Please contact me if there are any issues that you would like me to pursue on your behalf.

– Dan Rogerson.

MP Dan resumes his summer tour

MP Dan resumes his summer tour

Dan Rogerson MP and Councillor Nicky Chopak in Week St Mary

Dan Rogerson MP and Councillor Nicky Chopak in Week St Mary

The summer weather may be fading away, but local MP Dan Rogerson has vowed to continue his annual summer tour come rain or shine.

Liberal Democrat MP Dan Rogerson embarks on a summer door-knocking tour every year to give him a chance to speak with local people in Bodmin, Bude, Camelford, Launceston, Padstow and Wadebridge, along with the 59 rural parishes which make up the North Cornwall constituency.

Mr Rogerson has vowed to use the next few weeks, when Parliament is on its break for political party conferences, to continue with his ‘summer’ tour so that he can discuss local or national issues, problems or concerns with local residents.

Commenting, Dan Rogerson said:

“As well as my regular visits, door-knocking sessions and advice surgeries throughout the year, every summer for the past 10 years I have spent time visiting as many local communities as possible to give residents a chance to speak to me in person about any issues or concerns, and to see if there is anything I can help with. It’s a tradition that was started by my predecessors as MP for North Cornwall, John Pardoe and Paul Tyler, and it’s a vital part of my work to keep in touch with local people all year round so that I can campaign on the issues that matter when I speak up for us in Westminster.

“So far this summer I have out and about speaking to residents in Altarnun, Blisland, Bodmin, Boscastle, Boyton, Bude, Camelford, Delabole, Egloskerry, Five Lanes, Jacobstow, Kilkhampton, Lanivet, Launceston, North Petherwin, Padstow, Polzeath, Port Isaac, Poundstock, Poughill, Tintagel, Trebursye, Tregadillett, Tregoodwell, Treknow, St Merryn, Stratton, Stoke Climsland, Wainhouse Corner and Week St Mary.

“Although it might not feel like summer for much longer, I look forward to using the next few weeks of September and into early October to reach as many people and communities as possible. If I don’t catch you in or if there’s anything I can help with then you can always contact me by e-mail, letter, telephone or arrange a time for us to meet using the details below.”

Dan Rogerson MP can be contacted on contact@danrogerson.org, on 01566 777123 or at 4 Tower Street, Launceston PL15 8BQ.