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Address - 304 Highfield Road, Blackpool, FY4 3JX

Telephone - 01253 344143

E-mail - gordonmarsdenmp@parliament.uk 

Twitter - @GordonMarsden

Facebook - Gordon Marsden Blackpool South

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 Blackpool Gazette.

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commented 2018-06-29 21:08:26 +0100
PLEASE ANSWER THESE EMAILS I HAVE SENT ONE ,ANOTHER GENT HAS SENT ONE A LADY THINKS THINKS THE ONLY WAY OUT IS SUICIDE !!!!
commented 2018-06-28 22:24:42 +0100
Please contact me…..am battling with mental health system for a long time now and have no energy left to fight. There is no help out there and i’m tired and at the end of my rope. Suicide seems so much better than this.
commented 2018-06-04 19:04:11 +0100
Why am I not seeing you or the other Blackpool M.P.on the local tv stations over this total farce by Northen Rail and why are you leaving it to Andy Burnham to ask the questions,he’s a mayor you are our M.P. he cannot stand up in parlement,Blackpool has suffered 6 months plus of rail disruption (I understand the work had to be done)but now this!where the hell are our representives it’s no good talking to tht Gazett and radio wave,tell the transport minister we what action now or he should go for gods man up!(I’ve also sent this to the other M.P.)
commented 2018-05-26 13:29:20 +0100
Get emailing your MP
Copy & paste this letter

Dear Sir

I never thought I’d be writing to any MP about such a blatant act of censorship.

I feel truly, truly alarmed.

After watching a live stream report along with 10,000 other viewers of Tommy Robinson reporting outside Leeds Crown Court I was amazed to see Mr Robinson arrested on suspicion of breaching the peace.
There were no crowds and Mr Robinson did not appear to be committing such an offence.
As I understand it, he has subsequently been given a 13 month jail sentence.

Breach of The Peace is normally a misdemeanour and generally carries a fine, but l will repeat he did not appear to be committing the offence.

Mr Robinson has had countless death threats and as a member of the public l think it is of the upmost importance to ask you to make sure Mr Robinson is safe whilst he is in custody.
He is entitled to be kept out of harms way.

He has over a million followers and attention is on this across the world.

We are all keen to make sure Mr Robinson’s safety is of the upmost concern, and without sounding dramatic l fear this could result in a death sentence for Tommy Robinson who endeavours to report the stories our globalist media leave untouched.
I await your response with great anticipation.

Yours faithfully
commented 2018-04-17 23:10:35 +0100
Mr Gordon Marsden M.P has helped me in the past and I’m hoping he can help me again. Thankyou for your help so far
commented 2018-04-08 20:59:12 +0100
Im in care home in Blackpool,i had a serious stroke 4 years ago and my husband cant look after he is ill as well.I met you 2 ago at the Solaris centre on the promenade,i gave a speech telling everyone what happened to me when i had my stroke and about my recovery so far ,its been a long journey and i,m beginning to walk now i got an award for life after stroke .The reason i got in touch with you is i believe the council pay something towards us staying here ,is there any chance it can reveiwed so they can more staff working on shift ,they do an excellent job looking after us all but i think they need more staff its only my opinion ,they work non stop a 12 hr shift for minimum wage maybe an extra pair of hands would solve the problem just a thought !
commented 2018-03-25 21:00:30 +0100
Gordon,
Both Pat and I have signed the NHS petition. . . .hope that you are keeping well…Jack B. . . .
commented 2018-01-17 12:46:42 +0000
I can’t seem to get to talk to you, I’m in sheltered housing cause
commented 2017-09-14 20:14:58 +0100
Gordon,
I am a 61 year old male (unemployed) and with no chance of a job, due to arthritis/age and limited job opportunities, on the fylde. I was a civil servant at Norcross (until 2012) and am living on my £9000 a year pension.
I am appalled at the changes the tories made to the 2011, state pension age changes/legislation, to increase state pension retirement age from 60 to 66, for both men and women, to take effect from 2020? These changes were added later than the 1995 pension age changes (that were recommended (at that time) and left men and women of my age with little notice, of adapting. I am asking for your support to recommend that the 2011 changes be done away with and stick to the original 1995 reforms, in fairness.
Thank you for your time reading this email and i hope your support? I have voted labour since I wash 16 and for you in as long as I have been a constituent in Marton (over 20 years).
Mike
commented 2017-05-17 19:32:38 +0100
Please reply to email I sent on 12/5

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