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MP addresses Business Breakfast

Steve Brine spoke to a range of local business leaders as he took part in his annual Business Breakfast on Friday 18th January.

Cleaning up our air

Steve Brine and Cllr Jan Warwick have welcomed news that Environment Secretary Michael Gove has launched an ambitious new strategy to clean up our air and save lives.

MP visits Bike Hub at Open House Deli

Steve Brine dropped into Middle Brook Street on Friday (11th January) as he met the Bike Hub team at Winchester’s new Open House Deli.

MP discusses local schools with Education Chief

Steve Brine met up with Hampshire Education Chief, Cllr Stephen Reid (Friday 11th January) as they discussed the performance of primary and secondary schools across the MPs constituency.

Conference marks retirement of Edmund Jessop

Steve Brine spent time at Winchester Guildhall on Friday 11th January at a special conference held to mark the retirement of local health expert Edmund Jessop.

MP meets Chief Inspector to discuss local crime and safety

Steve Brine met up with Chief Inspector Mark Lynch on Friday 11th January as they discussed a range of issues around local policing.

Steve said: “There was a lot on the agenda, and I am very grateful to CI Lynch for taking the time to brief me fully on the current picture.

MP backs “imaginative” lottery funding bid

Winchester MP Steve Brine has given a boost to a project to transform a local church into a community facility in Fulflood. The MP has written to the Heritage Lottery Fund strongly supporting a grant application by St Paul’s Church, Winchester, to regenerate the inside of the church.

Harestock children visit Parliament

Steve Brine welcomed a group of Year 6 children to Parliament on Tuesday 8th January.

They took a tour of Parliament, which including watching part of a debate on Brexit, before meeting their MP for a special Q&A session.

MP addresses Westminster diabetes debate

Steve Brine spoke in a Westminster Hall debate on diabetes on Tuesday 8th January. The Winchester & Chandler’s Ford MP is also the Public Health Minister, and he responded to Sir John Hayes MP’s debate on behalf of the Government.