A Winchester Christmas in aid of the NSPCC

As part of the celebrations of the 30th anniversary of Childline, the NSPCC has announced that Dame Esther Rantzen is hosting a star-studded candlelight carol concert in the beautiful mediaeval surroundings of Winchester College Chapel.

Westgate pupils visit Parliament

Twenty children from Westgate visited Parliament on Wednesday 16th November, where they took in a tour of the Palace of Westminster and were able to meet up with Steve Brine.


Siemens brief Steve Brine on new trains

Steve Brine met up with Phil Heathcote from Siemens on Tuesday 15th November as he was briefed on the new Class 707 trains which have entered the testing stage.


Winchester remembers

Steve Brine joined thousands of people at Winchester Cathedral on Sunday 13th November as he laid a wreath on behalf of his constituents on Remembrance Sunday.

Pretty Woman in Alresford

Award winning beauty salon, Pretty Woman, has expanded to Alresford, and local MP Steve Brine has spoken about how impressed he is with the new addition to the town centre.

Crunch time for village parking puzzle

The issue of commuters parking in the village of Micheldever Station is coming to a head as councillors ponder whether to impose tough new restrictions on local roads.


Ambitious plans for Knowledge Park launched

Business leaders and the City Council have come together with the University of Winchester and Steve Brine MP to launch ambitious plans for a knowledge park on the outskirts of the city.


Disability and autism jobs gap set to close

A joint green paper has been published as the Government seeks to close the gap between disabled and non-disabled people in work, with a new ambitious approach to work and health.