The Rt Hon Grant Shapps MP

PERSONAL WEBSITE OF WELWYN HATFIELD'S MP, TORY PARTY CHAIRMAN & MINISTER W/OUT PORTFOLIO

Post archive for ‘Surgery’

Where are the MP’s surgeries held?(Comments Off)

The actual location of Grant’s surgeries move around the constituency in order to make it easier for residents to attend, but the two most frequent locations are: Conservatives Office: Maynard House The Common Hatfield AL10 0NF Map link: http://www.streetmap.co.uk/streetmap.dll?G2M?X=522481&Y=208831&A=Y&Z=1 Woodhall, WGC Community Centre: Mill Green Road WelwynGarden City AL7 3XD Map link: http://www.streetmap.co.uk/streetmap.dll?G2M?X=524475&Y=211863&A=Y&Z=1 Surgery’s are […]

What happens following the surgery(Comments Off)

WHAT WILL HAPPEN FOLLOWING THE SURGERY? Grant will discuss your problem with you and will let you know at the end of the surgery what course of action (if any is required) he will take. You will then receive follow-up communication afterwards taking your case forward.

How to book a surgery appointment(Comments Off)

If you’d like to come to a surgery and meet Grant Shapps in person, then please call Sandra Benjamin on 01707 262632 or email sandra@welhatconservatives.com and state that you’d like to come to one of the MP’s surgery’s. Grant’s constituency office will let you know what time to come along and since surgeries operate on […]

Do I need to come to surgery at all?(Comments Off)

Absolutely not. In fact there’s usually no particular reason to need to come into a surgery at all. Grant can usually deal with your problem if you simply get in touch via email grant@shapps.com or post to The Rt Hon Grant Shapps MP, Maynard House, The Common, Hatfield, AL10 0NF. Alternatively you can call Grant’s […]

What kind of problems can you bring to surgery?(Comments Off)

Once at a surgery you are free to raise any subject on your mind.  People come to the MP’s surgery for all manner of reasons ranging from simply wanting to put a point across, to a serious problem requiring the input of the Member of Parliament sometimes because all other agencies have failed to get […]

Upcoming surgery dates(Comments Off)

      Friday 24th October – Hatfield Friday 7th November – WGC Friday 21st November – Hatfield           Friday 5th December – WGC Friday 12th December – Hatfield  

What happens at surgery?(Comments Off)

Once at a surgery you are free to raise any subject on your mind.  People come to the MP’s surgery for all manner of reasons ranging from simply wanting to put a point across, to a serious problem requiring the input of the Member of Parliament sometimes because all other agencies have failed to get […]

How to book a surgery appointment(5)

Here’s how to book for Surgery

MP’s Surgery(8)

Use the drop down Surgery menu to learn everything you need know about coming to the MP’s Surgery.