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Steve and family at Funtasia

The 2019 Summer fete season kicked off in style today (Monday 6 May) with the popular Funtasia in Chandler's Ford.

The event, which is organised by the Chandler's Ford Parish Council, takes place on the Fryern Recreation Ground and is often lucky with the sunshine as it was today.

Steve writes to WCC on Eastleigh Local Plan

Winchester & Chandler's Ford MP Steve Brine has written to the likely new leader of Winchester City Council in the aftermath of last week's local election results.

Launch of final Winchester Festival

Winchester's MP was among those who gathered at the Hospital of St Cross today (Thursday 2 May 2019) for the launch of this year's Winchester Festival.

Steve Brine joins Cycle Winchester 2019

Steve Brine took young Emily into town on Saturday 27th April as they took part in Cycle Winchester 2019.

The Winchester MP was delighted to back the event once again, which campaigns to make Winchester better by bike.

Steve Brine joins Andy Lai in Colden Common

Steve Brine spent the afternoon of Saturday 27th April in Colden Common as he supported the man looking to be Winchester’s first ever Chinese councillor.

Barton Peveril Welcome Steve Brine MP

Barton Peveril Sixth Form College welcomed Steve Brine MP, Winchester and Chandler’s Ford Member of Parliament, on Friday 26th April.

Local MP pledges support to future of community cancer care

Wessex Cancer Trust, a charity dedicated to providing free and local emotional and practical support for anyone living with cancer throughout the region, hosted a visit from Steve Brine, MP for Winchester and Chandler’s Ford, who pledged his support to the way the charity is developing its servic

A day in Otterbourne

A highly controversial planning application and positive news on a much-needed crossing were among topics which came up when Steve Brine and Jan Warwick spent the morning in Otterbourne on Wednesday 17th April.

A morning with Rose Burns

Steve Brine joined Rose Burns and the team in St Barts on Saturday morning as they spent some time knocking on doors chatting to residents.