Ian Austin will be at locations across Dudley this weekend to speak to residents in need of his help.
Austin holds surgeries at six locations in Dudley. Residents can speak to him about any issues that that they’re facing or need help with.
Over the past 13 years Austin has helped thousands of residents with casework issues, as well as working with people and organisations to make improvements to the local area, from keeping the Magistrates Court open, to campaigning on road safety and building new housing.
Ian Austin said:
“I will be working just as hard to stand up for our area as an Independent MP.
“Dudley has been hit hard by a decade of cutbacks and local people are feeling the effect of these cuts now more than ever.
“From rising levels of crime and waiting too long for GP hospital treatment to concerns about road safety and the local environment. I’ll work as hard as I always have done to fight for our area and help local people.
“This is exactly how politics should work. It’s my job to listen to my constituents and stand up for them when they need my help.”
Ian’s advice surgeries will be held at the following locations:
4.15pm – Wrens Nest School, Marigold Crescent, DY1 3NX
5.00pm - Dudley Library, St James Road
9:00am - Gornal Library, Abbey Road, Lower Gornal DY3 2PG
10:00am - Sedgley Library, Ladies Walk, Sedgley DY3 3UA
11:00am - Bramford Primary School, Park Road, Woodsetton DY1 4JH
12:00pm - Buffery Park Paradise Centre, Dudley DY2 8NB