On Friday 19th January I again hosted a constituency advice surgery in Northampton at which constituents came to see me in person, to discuss their issues of concern and how I can best assist.
Helping constituents solve their issues, be it a concern with the local Council, hospital treatment, a Home Office immigration issue, housing, anti-social behaviour, or any other of the myriad range of concerns regularly raised with me as MP for Northampton North, is a key function of being an MP.
Constituency in-person surgeries are a longstanding way of doing this and staying in direct contact with those in need.
In-person surgeries tend to be less sought-after nowadays than they were a decade ago as more people communicate via email or other speedier means, and security concerns mean that surgeries need to be organised along particular lines, however I maintain the option for those who wish to come to a surgery.
If you would like a surgery appointment in the future, or would like my assistance with any issue of concern, then do get into contact with me via email and I would be happy to see how I can best assist.
(Photo: Sir Michael Ellis MP at his surgery in Northampton)