Tracey Welcomes Royal Voluntary Service Users to Parliament

Tracey was delighted to welcome constituents from the Royal Voluntary Service Chatham Branch to Parliament. On their arrrival to Parliament Tracey arranged a tour of the Palace including diasabled access.

Tracey is an avid supporter of the work of the Royal Vountary Service, which changed it’s name from WRVS (Women’s Royal Voluntary Service) to mark it’s 75th year as a charity still going from strength to strength. The Royal Voluntary Service do amazing work in supporting older people in the community and enriching their lives and their families across Britain. For more information on the services they provide and what is available near you or if you would like to fundraise or volunteer please visit their website here or call 0845 608 0122.


Free guided tours of Parliament are available to constituents. The walking tour of the Palace of Westminster includes:

  • Westminster Hall, the ancient hall at the heart of the Palace where Parliament first sat and where many historic events have taken place
  • The House of Commons, including the Speaker’s Chair and the famous green benches and the ‘lobbies’ where MPs actually vote
  • The House of Lords, including the Royal Throne
  • The Queen’s Robing Room, Royal Gallery and many other fascinating parts of the Palace of Westminster

Please note that tours are very popular and places are limited so generally have to be booked months in advance.

Please contact Tracey’s office on 01634 673180 to enquire about a visit to Westminster.