Tracy Brabin has celebrated her 1 year anniversary as the Member of Parliament for Batley & Spen. Since winning the by-election Ms Brabin has been a strong local voice in Parliament and has continued to fight for the issues that matter to the constituency.
To celebrate Ms Brabin will be running a street stall in Birstall Market Place on Saturday 21st October to raise awareness of hate crime. Tracy will be joined by representatives from Tell Mama a national project that records and measures hate crime incidents in the UK as well as local police and other community groups.
Tracy Brabin MP & Shadow Minister for Early Years said:
“I wanted to mark my 1 year anniversary as MP for Batley & Spen with a positive message that Batley & Spen will be defined by the many who give.
It is important that we come together to celebrate our diversity and show that our community will not let hate divide us. I am pleased to be joined by representatives from Tell Mama and the local police who will help me to raise awareness of hate crimes. I am honoured to be your voice in Parliament and will continue to work tirelessly to raise issues that are important to us.”