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9 Cross Street, Nelson, BB9 7EN
Tel: 01282 614748
E-mail: pendle@tory.org
House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
Tel: 020 7219 7222
Fax: 020 7219 6385
E-mail: andrew.stephenson.mp@parliament.uk
Surgery Details
Andrew's surgeries are by appointment only and can be booked by calling the Nelson office. A home visit can also be arranged for housebound constituents.

First Saturday of the Month
Nelson Library: 09:15am-10:15am
Colne Library: 10:15am-11:30am
Barnoldswick Civic Hall: 11:45am-12:30pm

Third Saturday of the Month
Brierfield Community Hall: 09:15am-10:00am
Barrowford Parish Rooms: 10:15am-10:45am
Trawden Community Hall: 11:00am-11:30am
Earby Parish Rooms: 11:45am-12:30pm

There is no need to wait for a surgery if an issue is urgent as any constituent can call the Nelson office and arrange to see a caseworker there.
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Conservatives News
Newslinks for Sunday 23rd July 2017
Observer reports poll echoing ConHome’s: members keenest for Davis to replace May, but race is open “David Davis is the preferred...
23 July 2017, 8:25am
Newslinks for Saturday 22nd July 2017
Brexit 1) Brexiteer ministers ‘relaxed’ about temporary extension of freedom of movement “Senior Conservative Brexiteers have signalled that they are...
22 July 2017, 8:02am
Newslinks for Friday 21st July 2017
Brexit 1) Green ‘takes charge of growing empire’ “Damian Green now sits on all but two of Theresa May’s cabinet...
21 July 2017, 7:32am
Newslinks for Thursday 20th July 2017
BBC pay 1) Transparency sparks equality row ‘The BBC faces spending millions of pounds to boost female broadcasters’ salaries after...
20 July 2017, 7:30am
Newslinks for Wednesday 19th July 2017
Brexit talks 1) Divisions over divorce bill addressed “Divisions over the UK’s Brexit divorce bill were laid bare on Tuesday...
19 July 2017, 7:43am
Newslinks for Tuesday 18th July 2017
Cabinet 1) The Prime Minister is urged to sack ‘donkeys’ ‘Theresa May is being urged by cabinet ministers to sack...
18 July 2017, 7:30am
Newslinks for Monday 17th July 2017
May ‘wins Conservative support’ to bring order to her Cabinet… “Theresa May has the support of the majority of the...
17 July 2017, 7:36am
Newslinks for Sunday 16th July 2017
May 1) Hammond allegedly ‘slapped down’ over public sector pay comments “Philip Hammond has declared that public-sector workers are “overpaid”,...
16 July 2017, 8:04am
Newslinks for Saturday 15th July 2017
Pressure to tighten law on sale of acid after attacks “Ministers are coming under pressure to tighten the laws on...
15 July 2017, 7:52am
Newslinks for Friday 14th July 2017
OBR warns a recession is ‘almost inevitable’… and more spending would make things worse “A new recession in Britain is...
14 July 2017, 7:31am
Newslinks for Thursday 13th July 2017
Brexit 1) May seeks time to see Brexit through “May has asked Britain to let her stay on in Downing...
13 July 2017, 7:32am
Newslinks for Wednesday 12th July 2017
May relaunch 1) She officially asks Labour for help Theresa May has officially called on Labour for their support in...
12 July 2017, 7:34am
Newslinks for Tuesday 11th July 2017
Morris suspended for using racist phrase ‘A Tory backbencher was suspended last night after dropping the N-word in a rant about Brexit...
11 July 2017, 7:32am
Newslinks for Monday 10th July 2017
May to ‘relaunch’ her leadership “Theresa May will relaunch her leadership tomorrow with an appeal to Labour to help deliver Brexit. In a surprise...
10 July 2017, 7:29am
Newslinks for Sunday 9th July 2017
May: Trump and other world leaders are keen for quick trade deals ‘Theresa May claimed last night that plans for...
9 July 2017, 8:00am