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14 August 2006

Local MSP Set To Clock Up 400 Surgeries On Annual Constituency Tour

Local MSP Stewart Stevenson has announced details of his sixth annual surgery tour of Banff & Buchan communities. And on Day Four of his tour, Mr Stevenson will have clocked-up 400 surgeries since he was elected in 2001.

Starting next week, the SNP MSP will be visiting 43 towns and villages in his marathon surgery tour over the next two weeks. Mr Stevenson’s Mobile Office will be criss-cross the constituency, from Inverallochy to Forglen and Sandend to Cruden Bay.

Commenting, Mr Stevenson said:

“My mobile surgery tour encompasses many small villages and communities and gives me first hand experience of hearing and seeing some of the issues on the ground.

“I think it is important for constituents to be able to meet their MSP in their own locality and the summer tour gives me the opportunity to get into some of the smaller communities that I may otherwise not be able to call upon. It is also a very valuable exercise in allowing me to visit rural businesses which I may otherwise not have contact with during the course of the year.

“During this tour, I will have held over 400 surgeries since I was first elected. I always enjoy the summer tour immensely so I am very much looking forward to getting out on the road.”

The surgery tour kicks-off on Wednesday 23 August in New Pitsligo and finishes in Forglen on Friday 1 September.


Note: The surgery tour will take place over 5 days from 23 August to 1 September. Surgeries will be held in the Scottish National Party caravan and no appointment is necessary although constituents are welcome to phone the office in advance to advise their attendance. Details of venues and times will be advertised in the local press. Categories [MSP Constituency]
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