Get in touch

You can contact Stephen about your ideas, issues or concerns in a number of ways. In all correspondence you must ensure you provide your full name, address and telephone number, as Stephen can only deal with constituents in Portsmouth South.

Serving constituents during the Covid-19 pandemic

To protect vulnerable people and help stop the spread of Covid-19 the constituency office at 72 Albert Road has currently stopped face-to-face enquiries but is still helping Stephen’s constituents.

If you have casework or need help please email stephen.morgan.mp@parliament.uk or call 023 9229 1088. Please note since the crisis the amount of correspondence Stephen has increased significantly, with the volume more than trebling. His office is therefore currently prioritising urgent cases.

Review Stephen’s Privacy Statement for more information on how your data will be processed.

Member of Parliament

E-mail: stephen.morgan.mp@parliament.uk

Tel: 023 9229 1088 (constituency office)

Office address: Office of Stephen Morgan MP, 72 Albert Road, Southsea PO5 2SL

The above contact details should be used for requesting an appointment, visit or meeting in Portsmouth.

The constituency office is open to the public Monday to Thursday, 10am-11.30am and 2pm-3.45pm.

Portsmouth City Councillor

E-mail: cllr.stephen.morgan@portsmouthcc.gov.uk

Office address: Portsmouth City Council, Members’ Services, Civic Offices, Portsmouth PO1 2AL

The above contact details should be used for any business related to the council or Stephen as a city councillor.

Advice centre

Above and beyond the constituency office being open to the public, a regular advice centre is held every third Saturday of the month (except August) on the ground floor at the John Pounds Centre. Attendance is by appointment only.

To make an appointment contact Stephen’s constituency office on 02392 291088.

Other ‘pop up’ advice centres across the constituency are set up on demand and home visits for those in need.

Social media

Stephen is active on social media and you can visit his page on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. It is not possible to respond to individual online comments, tweets or direct private messages so you will need to contact the office in the way set out on this page.

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