Helen holds regular advice surgeries around the constituency and in her office at Maidstone East Station. Private meetings are by appointment only

If you would like to meet Helen then please firstly send your personal details including your full postal address along with a short summary of the matter you wish to discuss to Helen via email (helen.grant.mp@parliament.uk) or write to her at the House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA.

For your convenience drop-in surgeries are also now being held around the constituency in prominent public locations including (among others) Asda Living in St Peter Street; Sainsbury's in Romney Place, Central Maidstone; Tesco on Farliegh Hill in Tovil and Maidstone Hospital in Hermitage Lane. More information below.

Experience has shown that many issues may be actioned more quickly by e-mail, letter or telephone, so please do feel free to seek advice from Helen's Office as how your case may be best resolved.

Surgeries are confidential.  Helen is accompanied by a trained Parliamentary Caseworker who then deals with the follow-up casework under Helen's direct supervision.

Please note that, due to Parliamentary protocol, Helen is only able to arrange surgery appointments for her constituents (those who live within the Maidstone and The Weald Parliamentary Constituency). Follow this link to check if you live within the boundaries.


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