Prime Minister Boris Johnson hit the campaign trail in East Devon this afternoon spending time visiting Darts Farm, at Clyst St George.
Earlier today the Conservative Party leader was in North Devon where he met schoolchildren.
While at Darts Farm, Boris met brothers James, Michael and Paul Dart, and was shown around the shopping village where he chatted to staff.
Tiverton and Honiton MP Neil Parish was in attendance, along with the Conservatives’ Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for East Devon, Simon Jupp.
Darts Farm is in the East Devon Constituency.
Mr Johnson visited the farm shop where he met a butcher, latticed a Christmas turkey with bacon and served customers.
Yesterday the PM was in Cornwall where he served tea to patients in Penzance, visited a farm and took part in a media Q&A session.
More to follow.
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