DUDLEY South MP Mike Wood has organised a summer tour of his constituency this week.

Parliament has gone into recess until September so MPs not off sunning themselves will be back in their constituencies for the remainder of the summer.

In Dudley South, Mike Wood and his team will be visiting communities across his constituency throughout the summer

This week he will be setting up stalls outside shops and on street corners for passing members of the public to stop and have a chat with their MP about this issues that matter to them.

Following his first event this morning (Monday July 29) at the Co-Op in Albion Parade, Wall Heath, the MP will be stopping off in Highgate Road opposite One Stop, Woodside, from 2pm this afternoon and at Crestwood Park shops, Kingswinford, from 3.30pm.

Tomorrow (Tuesday July 30) - he will be at Wordsley Green from 9.30am, in Pensnett High Street from 11am and at Brierley Hill's Moor Centre from 1.30pm.

Then on Thursday August 1 he will be at Aldi in Dudley Road, Brockmoor, from 10am; in Townsend Place, Kingswinford, from 11.30am; and at Ma Pardoes (The Old Swan Inn), Netherton, from 6.30pm

On Friday August 2 he will be setting up shop by the Titanic replica anchor in Netherton at 1.30pm; and on Saturday August 3 he will be at Brierley Hill Market from 12.30pm.

Mr Wood said: “It’s always a pleasure to get back to Dudley South for the summer recess and my summer tour offers a brilliant way to get out and about in the community in a way that’s more difficult when I’m in Westminster four days a week when the House of Commons is sitting."

He said he takes his "privileged role as a representative and voice for the community in Parliament very seriously" and urged constituents needing any help or advice to pop along to one of his events.