Local Campaigner Receives British Empire Medal in Queen’s Honours

I am thrilled to annouce that Major Maurice Bernard has received an honour in the Queen’s 2014 Birthday Honours. Maurice received a British Empire Medal for all of his hard work that has lead so directly to the improvements seen in dementia services in Medway.Tracey said “Congratulations Maurice!! We are all very proud! You deserve it!”

Tracey Supports Vote for Air Strikes in Iraq

Today Parliament was recalled to vote on whether the UK should join international partners in participating in air strikes to combat ISIL in Iraq. As most will know I do not slavishly follow my party whip and I always think through my votes, whatever the subject, in depth. I consult with constituents and colleagues and listen to what is said before I make my mind up. Today I supported the Government for the following reasons…

Tracey Responds to Announced Closure of Snodland Natwest Branch

In response to the recently announced closure of the Natwest Bank in Snodland, Tracey has written to the Chief Executive of the Royal Bank of Scotland.Tracey expresses her dissapointment and concerns surrounding the closure of this branch and has called for a public meeting to be held for Natwest to inform residents of their future banking options and services.A copy of Tracey’s letter is available to read below: 

Tracey Responds to Consultation on Capstone Valley Planning Application

Medway Council is currently asking for comments from the public regarding a recent application to build 450 dwellings at Gibraltar Farm in the Capstone Valley area.Tracey urges all local residents who have concerns about this application to make their views known to Medway Council as soon as possible. 

Tracey Supports Wear it Pink for 4th Year

Tracey has once again joined the fight against breast cancer by taking part in Breast Cancer Campaign’s flagship fundraiser, wear it pink day.

Tracey Responds to Consultation on Tesco Express

Medway Council are currently asking for comments from the public regarding recent proposals to build a Tesco Express on Luton High Street. Tracey has written to Medway Council highlighting her concerns

Southeastern Contract Announcement

Today the Government has announced that they have reached an agreement with Southeastern for a new directly awarded contract until 2018.

Tracey Honoured to Receive Politican of the Year Award from League Against Cruel Sports

Tracey was delighted to receive the League Against Cruel Sports President’s Politician of the Year 2014 Award this morning. Tracey is a keen campaigner on improved animal welfare standards, most recently campaigning against the Badger Cull, the banning of snares, banning the use of wild animals in circuses and the tackling of puppy trafficking and farming to name but a few.