Since 2010 I have worked hard for Chatham and Aylesford and will continue to do so if re-elected. If you have any questions please feel free to email me at

Tracey has embarked on a campaign to get defibrillators into the local community. Sudden Cardiac Arrest happens to people of all ages and survival rates across the UK vary from 2-12%. A Sudden Cardiac Arrest victim’s chance of survival increases significantly from around 5% to 75% if they

Tracey was contacted at the end of last year by Ditton resident Ron about the high cost he was incurring each month on his phone bill. Ron was a full time carer for his late wife and like many other elderly or vulnerable people made numerous phone calls to his GP surgery every


On Friday 13th February hosted Tracey hosted her first ever Pensioners Advice and Information Fair between 10am and 2pm at the Royal British Legion Industries Capel Morris Centre in Aylesford.


Tracey invited all pensioners, their families, friends and

Parliamentary Activity

Tracey is a continual campaigner on many of the issues surrounding dementia. She has lead several Back Bench Business and Westminster Hall Deabtes in the House of Commons, asked Prime Minister's Questions as well

Tracey has been extremely busy recently campaigning to see improvements in stillbirth and infant death numbers as well as support and care for sick children who are born too sick, too small or too soon.

In March she lead a debate on how we can improve Stillbirth and Infant Mortality



Tracey is delighted to have been invited to take part in an expedition to climb Cotopaxi, a live volcano in Ecuador to support the work of the


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Let's make this election memorable;
Tracey Crouch, Alzheimer's Society,
One, Parliament Street, Westminster.
17th March 2015.

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Surgery Appointments

Tracey has held  regular appointment-only surgeries to meet with constituents and offer support and advice. They have been held on the first and third Friday of every month in Chatham, Aylesford and Snodland.

You can find the latest surgery dates here: Tracey Crouch's surgeries.

Please note: We are unable to hold any advice surgeries until after the general election on 7th May. If elected, Tracey will continue to run regular advice surgeries and for more details please contact the constituency office by calling 01634 673 180.