Tracey Welcomes Continued Fall in Unemployment for Chatham & Aylesford

The recent news that shows the number of people in Chatham & Aylesford claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance fell by 240 since last year has been welcomed by Tracey. This is a 15% drop and builds on a strong record which has seen over 1000 people in Chatham & Aylesford move into work since 2010.

Tracey Opens Ditton Internet Cafe

On Saturday 10th October, Tracey formally opened Ditton’s new Internet Cafe at the Cedar Rooms, Ditton Community Centre. 

Tracey Welcomes BHF Public Defibrillator Funding Announcement

Tracey has welcomed the exciting news that the British Heart Foundation and the Department of Health are today launching a £1 million partnership to make public access defibrillators (PADs) and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training more widely available across England.  

Tracey Gives Support for Silver Sunday

Tracey has pledged her support for Silver Sunday, the first Sunday in October, where local communities and individuals put on free events for their senior citizens. Older people aged 65+ can celebrate the fourth Silver Sunday by taking part in a packed schedule full of free events and activities across the UK on Sunday 4th October. Tracey will visit the Pilgrims View Care Home to meet with the elderly constituents, their family and carers to help raise awareness around the campaign day.  

Tracey Shoots Hoops with Team GB Basketball Stars

Tracey recently received a masterclass from Team GB basketball and wheelchair basketball stars this week during the return of the ‘Shoot Some Hoops’ event in Parliament to help promote the sport.

Tracey Wears it Pink in aid of Breast Cancer Now

Tracey has shown her support for women with breast cancer by dressing up in pink and encouraging her constituents to take part in Breast Cancer Now’s flagship fundraiser, wear it pink, on Friday 23rd October.