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Sudbury Bypass Petition Launch

Petition backing campaign for multi-million pound Sudbury bypass project is launched.

A petition aiming to demonstrate the strength of public support for the multi-million pound Sudbury bypass project was officially launched today at the town hall.

MP to launch petition to show public support for Sudbury bypass project

South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge welcomes Roads Minister Jesse Norman to Sudbury to make the case for a new bypass road. From left: James Cartlidge; Jesse Norman; Mark Pendlington, chair of the Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP); and Colin Noble, leader of Suffolk County Council.

James highlights dangerous A12 junctions

Jesse Norman MP visiting Sudbury with James Cartlidge to discuss possible funding for a western bypass. L-R James Cartlidge MP, Jesse Norman MP, Mark Pendlington and Cllr Colin Noble. 

Roads minister visits Sudbury

Jesse Norman MP visiting Sudbury with James Cartlidge to discuss possible funding for a western bypass. L-R James Cartlidge MP, Jesse Norman MP, Mark Pendlington and Cllr Colin Noble. 

Visit to Old Buckenham Hall School

James visited Old Buckenham Hall School last Friday to discuss local and national democracy with their Year 8 students. They had clearly done their research as they asked a variety of brilliant questions.

Visit Clare Tourism Launch

From left; Cllr Alaric Pugh, Cllr Paul Bishop. James Cartlidge MP, Susan Moore and Cllr Mary Evans at the launch of Visit Clare. Photo by Paul Sargeant.