Local News

Steve Brine visits Forest Holidays

Steve Brine MP recently visited Forest Holidays award-winning location in Blackwood Forest, Hampshire. The MP for Winchester & Chandler's Ford discovered how the company helps to connect people with their natural woodland heritage whilst supporting the surrounding local economy. 

Steve Brine opens Chesil Lodge

Steve Brine formally opened the Chesil Lodge development, which was created in a partnership between Winchester City Council and Hampshire County Council.

End of an era for Elderfield

Steve Brine has spoken of his sadness following the announcement that Elderfield, based in Otterbourne, is set to close.

New homes for Stanmore

Steve Brine joined Councillor Jamie Scott, Councillor Caroline Horrill (leader of WCC) and the Mayor of Winchester in Stanmore on 4th March, as he opened new council housing in Bailey Close. 

Barracks closure delay

Steve Brine has spoken out following news that the closure of Sir John Moore Barracks at Flowerdown is being pushed back to 2024.

The Winchester MP has long campaigned for a knowledge park bringing high-end jobs to the city, and has been close to the issue for many years.

The Wonston Arms is named best in Britain

The Wonston Arms, a small community pub nestled in the heart of a Hampshire village, has been named the best in the country in CAMRA’s prestigious National Pub of the Year awards 2018, the most respected and well-known pub accolade in the UK.

National Badminton Championships held in Winchester

Steve Brine took his daughter Emily to The Westgate School on Saturday 2nd February as the nation's best badminton players descended on Westgate Badminton Centre for the English National Championships.

MP holds public meeting to quiz rail bosses

Customer service, smart ticketing, industrial disruption and operating performance were all on the agenda as Steve Brine held his ASKSWR meeting at St Paul’s Church in Fulflood, Winchester.

Bump & Boo!

A truly unique parent and parent to be event was held in central Winchester today and local MP Steve Brine dropped in to meet the organisers and many of their stallholders.