Jim Cunningham MP

Labour Member of Parliament for Coventry South


Official_photo_8.jpgIf you live in Coventry South then I am always willing to try and assist with individual issues that you might have. 

You can check if you're a constituent by clicking here and entering your postcode.

If you are a constituent then there are a number of ways you can get in touch with me, click here to find out more.

I usually require individual issues to be put in writing so if possible you should always seek to write or email me with the issue that you require help with. Please ensure that you include your full name and address on all written correspondence that you send. 

Please remember to include your name, address, contact details and any reference numbers relating to your issue in your correspondence to me. 

If you are contacting me on behalf of someone else, please ensure you have proof of their permission for you to act on their behalf. Many of the organisations I contact on constituents behalf will require a copy of proof that you are able to act on the constituents behalf.

I also hold surgeries within the constituency twice a month (excluding August). There are three surgeries on each occasion, each lasting half an hour, at different locations across Coventry South. 

These surgeries are designed to give constituents an opportunity to raise and discuss with me personally the issues that are important to them.

Lists of the dates, times and locations of my surgeries are available below. Constituents will be seen on a first come first serve basis and it is recommended that you contact the constituency office on 02476 553 159 prior to attending a surgery venue. 

If you live in Earlsdon, Wainbody or Westwood Ward please click here for further information on the surgeries I hold in your area.

If you live in Binley & Willenhall, St Michael's or Cheylesmore please click here for further information on the surgeries I hold in your area.

You should also bear in mind that:

  • A Member of Parliament can not provide legal or financial advice
  • A Member of Parliament can not become involved in a dispute with another individual 
  • A Member of Parliament can not take up cases of people living in other constituencies


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