MP launches Summer Tour 2019

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Out and about next to the Brockmoor Aldi store

Dudley South’s MP, Mike Wood, embarks on his summer tour of the constituency next week, taking his surgery right into the heart of local communities.

Parliament goes into recess until September at the end of this week, meaning MPs have the chance to be back in their constituencies for the remainder of the summer.

Mike and his team will be visiting communities right across his constituency as part of his summer tour, starting in Wall Heath on Monday morning at 11.00am.

Mike will be setting up stalls outside shops and on street corners for any passing members of the public to stop and have a chat with their MP about the issues that matter to them.

The full list of dates are as follows:

Monday 29th July

11.00am - Co-op (Albion Parade), Wall Heath

2.00pm – Highgate Road opposite One Stop, Woodside

3.30pm - Crestwood Park shops, Kingswinford​

Tuesday 30th July

9.30am – Wordsley Green

11.00am – Pensnett High Street

1.30pm – The Moor Centre, Brierley Hill

Thursday 1st August

10.00am – Aldi (Dudley Road), Brockmoor

11.30am – Townsend Place, Kingswinford

6.30pm – Ma Pardoes (Old Swan Inn), Netherton)

Friday 2nd August

1.30pm - Titanic Replica Anchor, Netherton​

Saturday 3rd August

12.30pm – Brierley Hill Market, Brierley Hill

Mike Wood said: “It’s always a pleasure to get back to Dudley South for the summer recess and my summer tour offers a brilliant way to get out and about in the community in a way that’s more difficult when I’m in Westminster four days a week when the House of Commons is sitting.

“I take my privileged role as a representative and voice for our community very seriously, so please do pop by to share your thoughts if you’re in the area next week.”

“It’s always a pleasure to get back to Dudley South for the summer recess and my summer tour offers a brilliant way to get out and about in the community in a way that’s more difficult when I’m in Westminster four days a week when the House of Commons is sitting.

“I take my privileged role as a representative and voice for our community very seriously, so please do pop by to share your thoughts if you’re in the area next week.”