Tel

01664 411211

Address

33 High Street, Melton Mowbray, LE13 0TR

Contact Alan

If you are contacting Sir Alan in his capacity as Minister for Europe and the Americas, please email fcocorrespondence@fco.gov.uk.

Please include your full name and postal address when contacting me as a constituent. If you have not received an acknowledgement within 48 hours of your e-mail, please get in touch with my office.

For casework matters please write to me at my constituency office at the below address, or by email or telephone. 

Office of Sir Alan Duncan MP
33 High Street
Melton Mowbray
Leics
LE13 0TR

Mrs Lesley Baldam
Senior Casework Assistant
alan.duncan.mp@parliament.uk
01664 411211

Mrs Loraine Wild
Casework Assistant
alan.duncan.mp@parliament.uk
01664 411211

For policy matters or if you are a member of the press, please contact:

Ms Harriet Baker
Parliamentary Assistant
alan.duncan.mp@parliament.uk
020 7219 5204

Can I help?

I can help my constituents in many ways and I am always happy to do what I can. However, depending on what the problem is, it may be quicker and easier for you to get in touch direct with the right organisation.

So, for example, if you have a problem with a local Council service, your local councillor will be the best person to help you and you should get in touch in with them. You will be able to find their contact details on your local Council's website. If it is a local issue the Council is normally the best place to start.

The Citizens Advice Bureau are able to help with form filling, advising on benefits, housing and can even provide free legal advice. You can find out how to contact your local Citizens Advice Bureau here

I can help in areas that are Government responsibility such as benefits, immigration or tax or when the Council hasn't been able to help you. 

How can I visit Westminster?

Free guided tours of Parliament are available to constituents. The walking tour of the Palace of Westminster includes -

  • Westminster Hall, the ancient hall at the heart of the Palace where Parliament first sat and where many historic events have taken place;
  • The House of Commons, including the Speaker's Chair, the famous green benches and the 'lobbies' where MPs actually vote;
  • The House of Lords, including the Royal Throne;
  • The Queen's Robing Room, Royal Gallery and many other fascinating parts of the Palace of Westminster.

Please note that tours are very popular and places are limited so generally have to be booked around six months in advance.

Please email alan.duncan.mp@parliament.uk to enquire about a visit to Westminster.

If you are a school and would like to arrange a trip, Parliament's Education Service can help you set this up -you can contact them here

Useful links

www.rutland.gov.uk

www.melton.gov.uk

www.leicestershire.gov.uk

www.harborough.gov.uk

www.citizensadvice.org.uk

www.direct.gov.uk
 

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