Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Rest of the Day

This afternoon I attended a consultative meeting at Benjamin Court Hospital in Cromer about the new Outreach Project. I remain deeply unconvinced by it. In essence they're shutting beds and want to treat rehabilitative patients in their own homes. I would have preferred them to trial it while the beds were still open. We'll see. This evening I went to Overstrand Parish Council and had a swift drink in Overstrand Conservative Club. Had a very interesting chat with a local fisherman about fish stocks in the North Sea.

4 comments:

Richard said...

Hosoitalk in Cromer ..??Blimey Iain...I thought my proofreading was bad..! Seriously...I'm a Norman Lamb fan..just got into Blogging and found yours...which is terrific....I'm also a proportional representation person and just wish we could have you both...! Feel free to take a peek at
http://norfolkmeek.blogspot.com/

Thanks Richard Meek Fakenham

Iain Dale said...

Now there's a thought - Lamb and Dale - the North Norfolk Dream Team. I notice on your blog you say you're into Socialism. I must introduce you to the North Norfolk Labour Candidate Phil Harris. Very nice chap.

Iain Dale said...

Incidentally, do you have a relation called Martin? I have a friend called Martin Meek who lives in East Sussex but was originally from Somerset.

Lewis said...

I think the idea is fine (from recent family experience there is nothing more disheartening than not being in one's own home), but as for implementation?