How to contact me:

Get in touch if you have any comments or questions, or if you need help from me and my team.



If you have any concerns of how I handle and store personal data, you can read my privacy policy here.




Useful Contacts:

Your local councillor

They can help with:

· Local area issues

· Anti-social behaviour concerns

· Parking

Find your councillor here.

Bristol City Council housing

They can help with:

· Maintenance issues

· Leaks, floods, and repairs

· Complaints

Contact them on: 0117 922 2200 or report a repair here.

Citizens Advice

They can help with:

· Debt and money advice

· Benefit advice

· Employment problems

Contact them on: 03444 111 444 or walk in at 48 Fairfax Street, BS1 3BL




Wellbeing Support 

If the pressures of the cost-of-living crisis are making you feel stressed, anxious or low, there are people and organisations who you can talk you who are here to help, including;

📍  Vita Health Group  – 24/7 Support & Connect offers Immediate emotional and practical support helpline Tel: 0800 0126549

This is a 24/7 confidential helpline staffed by experienced counsellors, who you can talk to and they will listen. They offer emotional support and can connect you to organisations available in Bristol, North Somerset, and South Gloucestershire. For more information visit

📍  Avon & Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust’s (AWP) offers advice through their Mental Health Response Crisis Line 24/7  0800 953 1919

Helpful information and support is also available through the following voluntary sector organisations:-

👉 MIND – – Tel: 0808 808 0330

👉 Rethink – Tel: 0117 903 1801

👉 Second Step –

👉  CALM – Tel: 0800 585858

👉 Care Forum –

👉 Wellaware – 


📞  If you start to feel that life is getting too much to cope with, reach out to SAMARITANS. They offer support 24/7. Call 116 123




Acceptable Behaviour

I recognise that some people who contact me and my team may have reason to feel aggrieved, upset or distressed. However, it is not acceptable when anger is directed towards me or my employees.

In a small number of cases, a person’s behaviour while engaging with us may become unacceptable because it involves abuse of my employees or our service.

Therefore, my office has a zero-tolerance approach to abusive, rude, aggressive, or offensive communications – I am steadfast in my duty of care to my staff. If necessary, any such correspondence will be forwarded to the police.

Read my Acceptable Behaviour Policy here.



Bristol East Constituency Map

Parliamentary constituency boundaries are set to change at the 2024 UK general election. The four Boundary Commissions for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland published their final recommendations in late June 2023 following three rounds of public consultation.

More information about the boundary changes, and an interactive map are available here.

Map to show new Bristol East Boundaries
Map to show new Bristol East Boundaries
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