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Address - 304 Highfield, Blackpool, FY4 3JX

Telephone - 01253 344143

E-mail - gordonmarsdenmp@parliament.uk

Website - www.gordonmarsden.co.uk

Twitter - @GordonMarsden

 

Advice Surgeries 

My Highfield Road office is open to constituents who want to raise an issue every weekday between 10am and 12noon with our phones accessible 9-5pm.

I also hold regular advice surgeries on various dates throughout the month at a number of venues across the constituency. These will be advertised in the Gazette.   

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@Michell28896592 tweeted link to this page. 2017-11-02 03:54:47 +0000
commented 2017-10-13 21:51:14 +0100
Hi am disabled and have sick notes was claiming esa but benefits has went over my doctor to say I am fit for work also pip keep refusing despite doctors saying I have a 13 year old mind please note I have tried to work, am not sure if you can offer advice

Thank you
commented 2017-06-03 04:59:11 +0100
I also want posters for window
commented 2017-05-17 17:52:17 +0100
Hi,

I have been trying in vain for someone to provide me with a couple of posters to promote the labour election but i cant seem to get an answer anywhere! Could you please send me some posters and any leaflet that i would find useful.

Gary Ogden

53 Portland Rd

Blackpool FY1 4ED
commented 2017-03-03 23:21:16 +0000
Hi Gordon , You are no doubt aware that the conservatives are planning to allow Fracking companies to open wells on UK National Park land, As a current campaigner for Frack Free Lancashire I am strongly opposed to this, along with very many others in the UK. I would like to request you oppose this action by the Tory Government in parliament.
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commented 2016-06-29 18:59:56 +0100
Valid reason for leaving job
commented 2016-06-29 18:58:05 +0100
I left my job working for Blackpool Council because I suffer with anxiety and depression. The job was a Passenger Assistant dealing with vulnerable people whether they be the old or disabled or children with behavioural problems. I felt given my mental condition I would not be able to cope with a situation should any arise on the bus regarding these people.


My condition is such that if a serious condition developed on the bus I probably would have gone to pieces hence I left. However I have since discovered when I went to sign on that I may receive no Universal Credit because of this. I think this is unfair given that I had a valid reason for leaving the job and the Job Centre told me it is in the hands of the decision maker now. I sign on next Wednesday and as I already suffer with anxiety and depression the fact I may now not get any money for goodness knows how long or not for three years is making me ill.


My wife who currently works for BHS may be out of work soon and may only get half of the Universal Credit if I am stopped from getting money from the state because of the reasons I have outlined.


I hope you will be able to look into this for me.


Thanks.
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commented 2016-06-21 16:37:02 +0100
can mr Gordon Marsden please call me asap

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