Hello, and thank you for visiting my website

Here you will find my latest news, details on how to contact me and some other useful links and information. You will also find some local contacts which may be of use to you.

Being the MP for Rotherham, I am always keen to find different ways to keep in touch with my constituents, so I hope you find my website helpful and informative. If you live in Rotherham and have a problem or wish to raise an issue please contact me. I am always keen to hear from you.

My time is split between my constituency and Parliament. I now have an additional role within Westminster, having recently been appointed Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities, however, I remain keen to represent my constituents, and to campaign on matters of local concern.

You can also find out about my work by subscribing to my monthly e-newsletter.

Sarah Champion MP
Member of Parliament for Rotherham and Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities

Latest News

Sarah Champion MP condemns Rotherham Post Office closure plans
January 10, 2017
Sarah Champion, MP for Rotherham, has condemned proposed plans to close and franchise the town’s Crown Post Office on Bridgegate. It was announced that the Bridgegate branch would be one...

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Where to go this Christmas if you’re hungry in Rotherham
December 20, 2016
Voluntary Action Rotherham will once again be providing hungry people in Rotherham with meals over the festive period. Please contact them on 01709 829821 if you have any questions. December 2016...

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Sarah Champion MP speaks out against economic gender inequality
December 14, 2016
Today, Sarah Champion MP led a debate in Parliament on the economic inequality against women of this year’s Autumn Statement. She said: “The advancement of equal rights for women is...

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Sarah Champion MP to lead debate on financial gender inequality
December 13, 2016
Labour will tomorrow hold the Government to account on economic equality for women during a debate in the House of Commons. The debate was called for by Labour’s Shadow Secretary...

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