Tracey Warns of Fatal Carbon Monoxide Risk

Tracey has urged Chatham & Aylesford residents to protect themselves against the deadly threat of Carbon Monoxide poisoning by installing a audible Carbon Monoxide alarm.

Tracey Backs Campaign To Get Local School Children Talking and Learning About Money

Tracey has called for local schools to get their pupils talking and learning about money, as part of a charity’s new campaign to help improve the financial capability of young people. Every primary and secondary school in Chatham and Aylesford has been sent free Get Money Smart posters and teaching materials by national charity pfeg (Personal Finance Education Group), which wants to get children talking about money in the classroom.

Tracey Champions ‘The Silver Line’ Helpline For Lonely Older People

Tracey is delighted by the launch of a free 24-hour dedicated helpline for older people across the UK. ‘The Silver Line’ aims to combat loneliness in the over-65s by providing friendship, information and advice through calls to trained volunteers. The helpline can be used by older people throughout the UK.

Tracey Joins Carers’ Call to Action

Tracey is pleased to support the Dementia Action Alliance (DAA) ‘The Carers’ Call to Action’ (CC2A). Leading charities, public bodies and private providers are coming together to issue a call to transform the lives of families and friends caring for people with dementia. By working together they aim to transform the lives of 550,000 family carers of people with dementia in England today.

Tracey Supports Anti-Bullying Week Launch

Today marks the start of Anti-Bullying Week 2013. This Anti-Bullying Week we call on children and young people to take the lead on creating a future without bullying – using new technologies to promote positive communication rather than being held back by cyber-bullying #ABW2013. 

Tracey Welcomes New Personalised GP Care for the Elderly

Tracey is delighted that Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has today announced that new GP contract for 2014/15 has been agreed.The changes outlined in these contracts will give millions of elderly people a dedicated GP personally accountable for their care around the clock will bring back the era of the old-fashioned family doctor.Under changes to their contract with the NHS, GPs will ensure the four million patients aged 75 or over will get all the treatment they need for physical and mental conditions.

Tracey backs Movember 2013

Today Tracey showed her support for Movember 2013 by becoming a ‘Virtual Mo Sista’ on the Movember in Parliament website (, as part of a wider campaign to raise awareness and money for Movember and Men’s Health.