Next week, Lanark and Hamilton East MP Angela Crawley will host street surgeries across her constituency.
Residents are invited to meet Angela personally during the tour to discuss any issues they may have.
The surgeries are scheduled to take place in morning sessions from 10am to 1pm and afternoon sessions from 2pm to 5pm, each day.
Ms Crawley will visit Ferniegair in the morning of Monday 25 July and Bothwell and Uddingston in the afternoon.
On Tuesday 26 July she will visit Ashgill in the morning and Auchenheath in the afternoon.
She will visit Carnwath in the morning of Wednesday 27 July and Rosebank and Dalserf that afternoon.
On Thursday 28 July Ms Crawley will be in Braidwood and Crossford in the morning and Law in the afternoon.
Sessions will be held on Friday 29 July in the morning in Tarbrax and Woolfords in the afternoon.
“Parliament rises for summer next week, and recess gives me the opportunity to spend time in my constituency and meet the people that I am so privileged to represent.
“It’s often said that politicians are only visible in the run up to elections, but I’m determined to buck that trend.
“Community spirit is strong all across Lanark and Hamilton East, yet many areas are remote and people can often be cut off.
“It’s not fair that a local MP should be more accessible to some constituents more than others.
“My aim this summer is to try to redress that balance and give people across the constituency the opportunity to air their concerns.”
Ms Crawley will also be arranging home visits during this time, which can be arranged through her constituency office on 01698 200065.