Monthly Surgeries, Ways To Contact Us & Email Newsletters
Talk to us in person at our monthly surgeries
Are you a Churchill resident or group who would like to speak to us in person about a particular issue or concern that we might be able to help with?
Come and meet us at our Councillors’ advice surgery. These are held on the second Thursday of every month, 7-8pm. No appointment is necessary – simply come along.
Our surgery dates and locations for the rest of 2019 are :
July 11th – Churchill Gardens Residents’ Hall
August 8th – St Barnabas Church Hall
September 12th – Churchill Gardens Residents’ Hall
October 10th – St Barnabas Church Hall
November 14th – Churchill Gardens Residents’ Hall
December 12th – St Barnabas Church Hall
Other ways to contact us
Telephone: 020 7641 4299
Freepost: Churchill Councillors, Labour Party, FREEPOST RTRK-ALYZTUUX, 4G Shirland Mews, London W9 3DY
Report an issue via our contact form
Find out more about Westminster Labour on our Labour group website
Sign up to our email newsletters
Churchill Ward Labour Councillors send out regular seasonal ‘Action Report’ email newsletters, with details of our latest news and updates for residents. If you would like to be added to our emailing list, please fill out the form below or just drop us a line at email@example.com.
More support/advice services in Churchill Ward
If you need advice or help about benefits; debt and money; housing and homelessness; health and community care; employment; immigration and nationality; consumer rights; carers’ support or crime and noise problems – please come along to the new weekly Advice Shop service in Churchill Ward. Run by Citizens Advice Westminster, it takes place every Thursday 10am-12pm at Churchill Gardens Residents Hall, Churchill Gardens Estate, SW1V 3AL. There is no need to make an appointment. Find out more about Advice Shop here.
Another centre for drop-in advice is the Pimlico Hub, every Monday from 9.30am to 12.30pm at St Gabriel’s Hall, Glasgow Terrace, Churchill Gardens Estate, SW1V 3AL. Run by the Cardinal Hume Centre, come along to the Hub if you need help or advice on employment and family services, housing, welfare rights advice and food bank provision.