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Steve Brine MP welcomes Government funding for more local homes

Steve Brine has welcomed Government funding to build more affordable homes in Winchester. Through the New Homes Bonus, Winchester City Council has been granted £1,139,689 this year to build much-needed housing in the local area.

 

Talking Primary education at Weeke

Steve Brine visited Weeke Primary School on Friday 3rd February to discuss a number of issues, including the MP's vision for a new city primary school.

A visit to Bushfield Down

Steve Brine joined the Bushfield Down Supporters Group on Friday 3rd February to hear more about their project to turn the area into a 'village green'.

MP visit to 'new' RHCH

Local MP Steve Brine visited Winchester Hospital on Friday lunchtime to meet with the new team since its merger with Basingstoke.

Mr Brine met with Chief Executive Mary Edwards to hear how the new Hampshire Hospitals Foundation Trust is settling down and discuss future plans.

Welcome for MOT decision

Steve Brine has welcomed a Government announcement that proposals to reduce the testing frequency of MOTs have been dropped.

 

Winchester's Zombie Resurrection

Steve Brine is supporting two Winchester film-makers who are pulling out all the stops to get to Cannes 2012.
Jake Hawkins and Andy Phelps have made Zombie Resurrection, a low-budget British horror movie, following both of them being laid off from their jobs last year.

The Winchester Post - Spring 2012

Full colour four-page newspaper delivered to homes across the Winchester City Council area of Steve Brine's constituency during February 2012.

Youth Budget 2012

Young people in Winchester have been given the Chance to be Chancellor and share their opinions on the Youth Budget 2012.

Great news on St Cross crossing

City residents are joining a group of cross-party councillors, local campaigners and their MP Steve Brine in celebrating news that new crossings are to be installed on St Cross Road.