HE'S the newest face in NSW parliament and before he represents his electorate incoming member for Upper Hunter David Layzell is keen to hear from the people.
With only 18 months until the next state election, Mr Layzell will need to hit the ground running if he wishes to fulfill the long list of election promises made by the Nationals during their campaign.
The Clarence Town local will begin his new role with a listening tour around the electorate which begins in Gloucestor, before heading to Dungog, Quirindi, Merriwa, Scone and Muswellbrook.
"One of my first priorities is to hear about people's thoughts and concerns, so I can best represent the Upper Hunter," Mr Layzell said
Locals can stop in and say g'day, or stay for a chat about issues important to them over the next week as Mr Layzell hits the road in the Upper Hunter.
He will also be joining the Scone Chamber of Commerce June Chamber Breakfast next Thursday.
Tickets are $30 for members and $35 non-members and available at the following link: https://scone_chamber_june_2021_breakfast.eventbrite.com.au
If you want to meet your new MP, you can catch him at the following places:
Thursday, May 27: Gloucester, Roundabout Inn from 4pm-6pm
Friday, May 28: Dungog RSL from 4 pm-6pm
Monday, May 31: Quirindi RSL from 4pm-6pm
Tuesday, June 1: Merriwa RSL from 11.30am-1.30pm
Wednesday, June 2: Scone RSL from 4pm-6pm
Thursday, June 3: Muswellbrook, Royal Hotel from 4pm-6pm