Drop us a line
If you’re a constituent, come along for a one-to-one conversation with Caroline at a ‘surgery’.
They’re held every week or so at her offices at Werks Central, 15-17 Middle Street, Brighton BN1 1AL.
She also holds surgeries around the constituency - please get in touch for details.
To book a surgery appointment, or simply to get support, advice or an answer to any burning questions, you can call, email or write to us any time:
(Please leave a message on the answerphone if the line is busy and we’ll call you back).
Caroline Lucas, Constituency Office, Werks Central, 15-17 Middle Street, Brighton BN1 1AL
Please give us your full postal address however you choose to get in touch. This will help Caroline and her team respond to your enquiry.
I’m from the media
Call the press officer phone on 07885 459 904 or email email@example.com
If you write to, email or call Caroline, personal information which you supply may be used in a number of ways. For example:
· To help resolve a problem you have asked for help with
· To keep you updated about an issue you have raised
· To support democratic engagement and voter accountability
· For statistical analysis
We do not collect or hold data on individuals that comes from any sources other than those which you have provided or which is provided in the course of following up a case or enquiry you have raised with Caroline.
Your personal details will not be shared or passed on to anyone else without your active consent. We will seek your permission first if, for example, you have asked Caroline to help you resolve an immigration or housing matter and we need to contact the relevant authorities. If you are not a constituent your emails or letters may be passed to your own MP, in line with parliamentary protocol.
Emails, letters and other communications you send to Caroline may be seen by her constituency case workers and/or the other staff who work for her in Parliament.
Caroline keeps a record of your correspondence and information about anything you have raised with her on file. You have a right to make a request verbally or in writing that we delete any information we hold and we will respond within one month. You can find out more about this right here.
You also have the right to request information about what data we hold on you and to receive a response within one month.
We will occasionally contact you proactively to update you on Caroline’s work as your MP specifically on the issues you have raised with her. You can opt out of receiving these updates at any time by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
with a copy of the update that you want to opt out from and putting “opt out” in the subject line. You may opt out from updates on a given issue at any point in the future in the same way. We will never send you unsolicited general updates or communications without your consent.
If you would like to receive weekly general e-bulletins about Caroline’s work as an MP, please send an email to email@example.com
putting “email bulletin” in the subject line. Or you can sign up here: (link to revised page, see below). You can opt out of receiving these bulletins at any point in the future by sending us an email and putting “email bulletin – opt out” in the subject line or by clicking unsubscribe via the bulletin.
You have a right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office if you think there is a problem with the way we are handling your data. There’s more details here