Team Crouch Supports Christmas Jumper Day

Tracey Crouch MP and her Westminster and Constituency Team have popped on their pullovers and posed for festive selfie photographs to support for Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day campaign

Guide Dogs Wish Tracey a Cracking Christmas

Tracey  met with staff, volunteers and puppies from the charity Guide Dogs yesterday to receive a custom-made Christmas cracker, thanking them for their support this year.

Tracey Supports the Nation of Lifesavers Campaign

 s a campaigner for cardiac arrest recovery awareness and getting more community defibrillators secured across Chatham & Aylesford, Tracey is continuing to give her support by encouraging people to get involved with the Nation of Lifesavers campaign to learn about the British Heart Foundation’s new innovative Call Push Recue training method. 

Tracey Backs Report Exposing Shocking Wildlife Cybertrade

A shocking report released this week by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) shows how thousands of endangered species are bought and sold on the Internet, many advertised without any form of supporting documentation.

Welcome Changes to Armed Forces Pension Scheme for Widows

Having been contacted by several local residents regarding the “Pensions for Life for Armed Forces widows” campaign, Tracey wrote to the Ministry of Defence to explain their concerns earlier this year…

Tracey supports National Stress Awareness Day

Stress is one of the most common conditions experienced by people in the UK. To mark National Stress Awareness Day on Wednesday 5 November, NHS West Kent Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is urging people to consider their life balance and how the ‘six ways to wellbeing’ can help them.

Tracey Supports #MyBigIdea Campaign for Young People

Tracey is delighted that The Princes Trust have partnered with RBS to launch the #MyBigIdea campaign, encouraging unemployed young people to consider becoming their own boss. With half of 18-30 year olds interested in self-employment, just seven per cent are actually turning their dreams into a reality. So much so, the number of young people in the process of launching their own business has halved since the start of 2014. If you have an idea for a business put it forward now!

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!”