News

On the road to a safer Highbridge?

The first step in securing a safer future for Highbridge in Colden Common may have been secured after Hampshire County Council announced a new traffic island at a set of busy junctions.

Learning more about the Tower of London

Steve Brine joined a cross-party group of MPs who experienced a tour of the Tower of London following the Queen's Speech on Wednesday 9th May.

Extra carriages for South West Trains

Steve Brine has highlighted 'extremely welcome' news from Government as Transport Secretary Justine Greening announced extra carriages will be provided for South West Trains commuters.

MP addresses new primary school community meeting

Steve Brine joined parents, staff, governors and even students at Westgate School on Tuesday 8th May, as representatives from the county council discussed the new primary school campaign.

MP welcomes Queen's Speech 2012

Local MP Steve Brine has welcomed the Queen's Speech which he said reflects the values of his party and builds on its achievements over the past two years in Government.

Fryern Funtasia 2012

Steve Brine and his young family joined hundreds of Chandler's Ford and Hiltingbury residents at Fryern Recreation Ground on Monday 7th May for the Fryern Funtasia.

The Accidental Imposter

Steve Brine visited HMP Winchester on Wednesday 2nd May for a play with a difference.
The Accidental Imposter was adapted and performed by serving prisoners in conjunction with students from the University of Winchester, and was inspired by Accidental Death of an Anarchist, by Dario Fo.

Port upgrade given green light

Steve Brine has welcomed a £150m expansion of the port of Southampton which will create 200 jobs and safeguard around 2000 more.