Local News

Kings Ferry Support Work Experience Travel

Tracey has received a positive response to a letter she wrote to The Kings Ferry Travel Group regarding concessionary fares for young people doing work experience in London. Tracey, in an attempt to support the ability of young people to come to Westminster to partake in work experience within her office, wrote to The Kings Ferry Group to ask if they would consider allowing them concessionary prices for their travel.

Tracey Crouch at Carers Week Speed-networking event

As part of Carers Week 2011 Tracey had an interesting meeting with unpaid carers at the House of Commons to better understand the challenges they face. The speed-networking event had been designed to increase the understanding of the lives of carers in her constituency

A Morning With St Benedict’s School

Last Friday, Tracey visited St Benedict’s Catholic Primary School in Lordswood. Whilst visiting Tracey met with an enthustiatic group of year 6s full of energy and questions about Parliament, the role of an MP and Chatham and Aylesford.

Local Schools Come to Westminster

Today several local Schools came to visit the Houses of Parliament. They took part in an educational visit and a question and answer session with Tracey.

Tracey Crouch MP launches new website

Thank you for your support at the last election. Because of you, David Cameron is the first Conservative Prime Minister in 13 years and the Government’s plans to build a strong economy and a big society are in full swing. Now, to help us communicate with you, we’ve launched this new local website.

Abbeyfield Week 2011 – Generational Skills Swap

Tracey this week lent her support to Abbeyfield Week 2011 by taking part in a generational skills swap in Parliament. Tracey Crouch was joined by the actor and Abbeyfield patron Geoffrey Palmer in Parliament to raise awareness of this innovative scheme, which brings together older and younger people to encourage them to swap invaluable skills.

Carers Week 2011 Is Fast Approaching

As Carers Week (13-19 June) draws closer, Tracey has teamed up with TV presenter Angela Rippon to show support and recognise for the contribution made by those people in Chatham and Aylesford, and throughout the UK who provide unpaid care for someone who is ill, frail or disabled.

Chatham & Aylesford Band Rock the House

Last week, Chatham and Aylesford band ‘The Flowing’ attended a celebratory event, at a select club off Regent Street, to mark their nomination to the final of the Rock the House Competition.