Advice and Support

As your MP I can address issues on behalf of my constituents.  If you have concerns about, or problems with, a service from a public or private organisation, my intervention can make a difference after other complaints processes have failed.  It is also important to me that I know what services are, and are not, delivering as they should for the local area. 

As your representative in Parliament, I am also keen to know what my constituents feel about local, national or international issues.

Please do get in touch by one of the methods below – email is our preferred method.  Please be aware that due to the large volume of requests for help and support I receive every day, I aim to reply to emails, letters and phone messages and within 10 working days, if you have requested action to be taken.   I would like to be able to respond more quickly, but my team is very small and Parliamentary budgets do not allow us to employ more people to be able to respond to the very large volume of work. 

I hold regular advice surgeries every week, usually in Hounslow, where you can meet with me.  Appointments are often fully booked well in advance. So if you wish to book an appointment, please make sure you contact my office as early as possible.  Appointments last for 15 minutes.

However, my team and I can deal with issues without you needing to come to my advice surgery, particularly if it is an urgent matter.

To contact me

When getting in touch it’s important we have full names and contact details, including your address. Also for personal issues, please make sure you provide us with as much information as possible so we can effectively address your problem; eg relevant reference numbers/NI number/date of birth etc

Email:  ruth@ruthcadbury.org.uk or ring 0208 5813646, between 10am and 2pm, Monday-Friday.

Follow this link to find out if you are a constituent: http://www.parliament.uk/mps-lords-and-offices/mps/

If you think that the problem you have is the responsibility of Hounslow Council you should contact them directly. The website address is www.hounslow.gov.uk   The phone number is 020 8583 2000.

You can also contact your local Councillor who represents you on Hounslow Council – each ward has three elected Councillors.  You can find out who your local councillors are here;  http://democraticservices.hounslow.gov.uk/mgMemberIndex.aspx

I look forward to hearing from you:

Ruth