Helen's office is staffed Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm except for on bank or public holidays. 

You can contact her and her team via any of the following methods, alternatively you can send a message via the webform below.

Email: helen.grant.mp@parliament.uk

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  • Helen Grant MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
  • Helen Grant MP, Maidstone East Station Forecourt, Station Road, Maidstone, KENT ME14 1QN

Telephone: 0207 219 7107

Please note when contacting Helen, it is essential that constituents provide their full residential postal address (including postcode). A contact telephone number should also be provided for casework, surgery or tour enquiries.

If you would like to know about how Helen will be processing your data then please read her privacy notice.


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Helen's constituency office is located on the forecourt of the London bound side of Maidstone East Station. Click here for a map

If you have a problem you would like to raise then feel free to drop by the office to speak to a member of Helen's team. However please note that face to face meetings with Helen are by appointment only.

If you would like to arrange an appointment to meet Helen then please write to her detailing your full postal address along with a short summary of the matter you wish to discuss via the details provided above.


For Media enquiries, contact Helen's office via helen.grant.mp@parliament.uk

Press Releases are uploaded to the 'News' section of this website.  If you are a local or national journalist and would like to be added to Helen's press distribution list, then please e-mail your request.


Helen's column

12 JUL 2018

Reducing Violent Crime

Kent Messenger Column - 12-07-18 Prior to becoming an MP in 2010 I was a solicitor for 23 years and witnessed, at first-hand, the impact that violent crime can have upon victims, their families,...


05 JUL 2018

Thameslink Trains

The rail chaos up and down the country in recent weeks has been appalling. Words of apology and resignations are frankly rather hollow gestures for passengers whose livelihoods depend on a decent...


28 JUN 2018

MBC v KCC Judical Review

Kent Messenger Column - 28-06-18 If Maidstone's roads are to become less congested our local authorities must work together toward a long-term plan; one that would include some form of Southern...