Contact George Hollingbery
George is always happy to hear from constituents and has a dedicated team who will process your correspondence as quickly as possible. You can contact George using one of the following methods.
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By Telephone: 0207 219 7109 or 01962 734 076
George Hollingbery MP
House of Commons
You can contact me by completing the web-form which can be found here.
Please note; there are strict rules for Members of Parliament which mean that George can only act on behalf of his own constituents. To check that George is your MP, please visit: http://findyourmp.parliament.uk/
If your enquiry is related to a Council matter (such as planning, housing or waste collection), please contact your local councillor first. The following website www.writetothem.com can be used.
Since becoming an MP at the 2010 General Election, George has settled on a system of meeting with constituents which does not use regular, formal advice surgeries.
George and his team have found that very often they are able to reach a resolution to the matter well before the next slot in the MP's surgery schedule would be available in a formal system. We have found that handling meetings in this way unquestionably delivers a better and faster service to our clients.
Occasionally it is clear that a face to face appointment is necessary. In these circumstances, George will arrange to meet with the constituent at a time and place of their choosing. Parliamentary duties during the week at Westminster mean that meetings are usually arranged for a Friday or Saturday.
George also regularly runs street surgeries around the constituency with his ‘Kebab Van’ mobile surgery. Anybody is welcome to drop in and discuss their problems with him. For details of when the next surgery is being held near you, please call the office. The office is open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4.30pm.
Tours of Parliament
Information about booking a tour of Parliament can be found here.
For more information about the House of Commons visit the Education website at www.parliament.uk/education.