It was straight back to work for newly elected Liberal Democrat MP Adam Dance on Friday morning (July 5).

On Friday afternoon, he took down his election signs in and around Ilminster, and on Saturday he was doing the same in Over Stratton and Seavington after spending most of his day at “Yeovil Super Saturday.”

On Sunday evening, Adam Dance left Crewkerne Railway Station for London where he will be sworn in as the newly elected Liberal Democrat MP for Yeovil.

Adam will be joining a number of Liberal Democrat MPs including all those surrounding the Yeovil constituency - West Dorset, Honiton & Sidmouth, Taunton & Wellington, and Glastonbury & Somerton.

Adam said: “I am looking forward to working with all my Lib Dem colleagues here in Somerset, as well as our neighbours in Dorset and Devon, to bring real change into our area, to properly fund our health service, attract investment, and to reverse the environmental damage caused by years of Conservative neglect.

“It will not be easy and tough challenges lie ahead, but I am determined to fight our corner and be the MP everyone in Yeovil and South Somerset deserves and has waited so long for.”