Enter draw for tickets to PMQs in the Commons

Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan is again inviting constituents to enter a draw for tickets to Prime Minister's Questions later this year.

Wednesday, 11th May 2016, 10:55 am
Updated Wednesday, 11th May 2016, 11:56 am
Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons, London.

Each MP is allocated pairs of tickets on a rota and usually gets three pairs per year on set days with the latest round being recently announced by the Commons Authorities.

Access to the gallery is free of charge, but the extremely high demand and limited space means tickets are allocated by the authorities to ensure fairness.

Mrs Trevelyan has been awarded a pair of tickets for Wednesday, October 19.

Constituents wishing to enter the draw should email [email protected] with their name, address, contact telephone number and PMQ draw in the subject heading.

Mrs Trevelyan will draw the winner from a hat on Tuesday, June 7, to ensure the winner has time to book their travel. Unfortunately, travel and accommodation expenses are not included with the tickets.

Mrs Trevelyan said: “For most local people, taking a trip down to London takes some planning, so I wanted to give as much notice as possible of this draw. Wherever possible, I try to get people booked on to tours and set up with gallery tickets when constituents are visiting London. PMQ tickets only come up a few times per year, so if people would like them, please email me and I will once again draw the winner from a hat. You need to be able to be in Westminster at 11am on Wednesday, October 19.”