VICTORIA PRENTIS CHATS TO VOTERS OVER COFFEE AND BEER

FLTR Coffee Cropped

On Friday 26 May, ahead of the General Election on 8 June, Victoria Prentis, the Conservative candidate for North Oxfordshire, travelled across the constituency to meet local people.

Starting at the new ‘FLTR Coffee’ shop in Bicester, Victoria spent time chatting to new mothers and residents of Langford Village over a coffee. They discussed issues including community facilities, healthcare in Oxfordshire and road safety.

In the afternoon, Victoria joined the Adderbury Friday club for lunch, where members had the opportunity to ask questions about Victoria’s election commitments and her priorities for the area. The Horton General Hospital was a key topic of discussion, alongside NHS funding and Brexit.

Victoria then joined staff and pupils at St John’s Priory to celebrate their recent Independent Schools Inspection rating of ‘excellent’. As part of the celebrations, an afternoon tea party was held in the grounds, and provided an opportunity to congratulate the pupils, parents and staff for all of their hard work.

Finishing off the day, The Sun Inn, Hook Norton played host to another of Victoria’s ‘Pub Tours’. During her election campaign, Victoria has been visiting local pubs across North Oxfordshire to meet village residents to chat about local matters such as housing developments and bus services.

Victoria commented: “I thoroughly enjoyed travelling around North Oxfordshire today, meeting people over coffee and in the evening, a beer. It is important that residents are able to talk about matters that are close to their heart, and have the opportunity to asks questions ahead of the General Election.”

Throughout the rest of the campaign, Victoria will be visiting various places across North Oxfordshire. For further details, please visit www.victoriaprentis.com/general-election-2017/meet-victoria/.

Victoria visiting FLTR Coffee, Bicester.

Victoria at FLTR Coffee, Bicester.