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Steve steps down from Ministerial role

Winchester & Chandler's Ford MP Steve Brine has left the Government.

Speaking shortly after a series of crunch votes in the House of Commons, he said; "This evening, I took the difficult decision to step down from my position in Government after almost three years."

North Walls plans discussed

Steve Brine and Cllr Rose Burns joined hundreds of local people as the visited a pop-up marquee to examine plans for North Walls Recreation Ground on Friday 22nd March.

Steve Brine joins Christ Church Curry Club 

Steve Brine joined a large group in Balaka Indian Restaurant in Weeke on Thursday 21st March as they spent the evening chatting over delicious curry.

The Winchester MP had been asked to join the men’s curry club from Christ Church Winchester to chat about his faith and politics.

Steve Brine MP supports Lanterns in Parliament

Steve Brine met up with representatives from Lanterns in Parliament on Monday 11th March.

The Winchester MP has been supporting the Bereweeke nursery as they backed a campaign aimed at securing future funding for maintained nursery schools.

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.

Steve Brine welcomes action on drones

Steve Brine has welcomed legislation coming into force in March which will extend airport ‘no-fly’ zones to drones to within 5km of runways.

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.