Advice Surgeries

Tracey holds regular Surgeries, open to all constituents, to offer support and advice. However, for safety reasons these surgeries are appointment only. To book an appointment please call the constituency office on 01634 673180 and have your full name, full address with postcode and contact telephone number ready.

Surgeries are held on the first and third Friday of every month except August. The venues alternate between Chatham, Aylesford and Snodland, on calling please enquire for your closest venue.

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

What You Will Need for Tracey to Start Your Case & Who to Contact

In order to ensure you get the fastest action taken on your case please refer to the sub-menu, on the left hand side of the page to advise on what information Tracey will need to begin enquiries on your behalf.  

If unsure please use the following basic checklist: 

  • Name and address of all parties involved
  • National Insurance Number
  • Any paperwork you feel is relevant

Tracey deals with Housing, Benefits, CSA, Immigration and Tax issues on a daily basis. Therefore if your case is urgent please contact her by email or telephone at her Westminster Office;

Email: tracey.crouch.mp@parliament.uk

Write To: Tracey Crouch MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA

Tel: 0207 219 7203

IMPORTANT: When contacting Tracey you must supply your full address and postcode so we can ensure you are a Chatham and Aylesford constituent. Parliamentary protocol prohibits Tracey from acting for constituents who are represented by another MP and delaying receipt of this information could result in a serious delay in action being taken on your case.

Data Protection Notice

Any personal information that you give to me will be handled confidentially by me and the staff in my office, in line with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998. If you would like information about the Data Protection Act 1998, this can be obtained from the Information Commissioner’s Office through their website http://www.ico.gov.uk/ or advice line 08456 306 060.