Let’s take another look in the diary. Unusually this week is dominated by my employment.
Saturday 13 March – meet colleague from Hampshire for useful exchange of ideas – afternoon of leafleting
Sunday 14 March – catch up on emails, telephone canvassing, prepare for Friday’s debate
Monday 15 March – more evening canvassing
Tuesday 16 March – all day workshop with colleagues at work
Wednesday 17 and Thursday 18 March – off to a two day work conference in Stansted to enjoy myself
Friday 19 March – interviewed by Meridian TV (to be confirmed) – in the evening a debate with other candidates hosted by the Federation of Small Businesses
Saturday 20 March – back to canvassing and leafleting – meet campaign manager for progress and update
Sunday 21 March – more of the same plus prepare for Friday’s debate. Catch up on emails and various post.
Monday 22 March – back to work after four days out of the office – try to explain why everything is not my fault
Wednesday 24 March – Budget statement, prepare response
Friday 26 March – question time style debate with other candidates hosted by RSPCA
Debate with other candidates on the environment (13 April)
Debate with other candidates (we ought to be getting to know each other by then) on local education and transport (26 April)
Debate hosted by Churches Together (possibly 28 April)
Local elections (6 May)
Oh, and mustn't forget the general election (probably 6 May)
I also met a young lady wandering around my house who tells me she’s my wife – so I might have to be there a bit more often.