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The Winchester Post - Winter 2008

Full colour newspaper delivered to homes across Winchester and surrounding villages during November 2008. This newspaper is produced by Prospective Winchester MP, Steve Brine, and delivered to more than 30,000 homes.

The Chandler's Ford Post - Winter 2008

Full colour newspaper delivered to homes across Chandler's Ford, Hiltingbury and North Millers Dale during November 2008. Produced by Prospective MP for the new Winchester & Chandler's Ford constituency, Steve Brine, and delivered to more than 9,000 homes.

Pay-as-you-go car club quits

A Winchester pay-as-you-go car club which aimed to help cut pollution in the city has quit because it did not make enough money.

Childhood's Dream opens

Winchester's newest toyshop opens for business and receives thumbs up from family Brine!Childhood’s Dream is a brand-new toyshop on Southgate Street in central Winchester.The store says it aims to bring “style and fun to shopping for toys in Winchester” and is owned by husband and wife team, Susa

Vital Pension reform blocked

Prospective Winchester MP Steve Brine has spoken out after 'political opportunism' blocked a vitally needed piece of reform to pension rules.

Otterbourne - Reaching out to Elderfield

Steve Brine visits Elderfield ex-offender residential training centre with Winchester MP.Prospective Winchester MP, Steve Brine paid a visit to Elderfield House this morning (Friday 27 October 2008).The facility is an eighteenth-century house in the village of Otterbourne, near Winchester, run by

Older Persons' info day success

More than 200 people attended an Older Persons' Information day that took place at Winchester Discovery Centre last week.More than 200 people attended an Older Persons' Information day that took place at Winchester Discovery Centre last week (Wednesday 22 October).

Small firms need help in face of credit crunch

Prospective Winchester MP Steve Brine has backed new Conservative proposals to help struggling local firms.

Prospective Winchester MP Steve Brine has backed new Conservative proposals to help struggling local firms suffering from the credit crunch and economic downturn.

Kings Worthy - Residents unite as Bristol decides

Another day - another inappropriate planning application and once again it is unelected bureaucrats in Bristol who will decide.Prospective Winchester MP Steve Brine is working with residents who are concerned about a plan to replace two bungalows in their cul-de-sac with 12 new properties.Churchi

Supporting Winchester Young Carers

Steve Brine drops into Winchester Young Carers Project to hear latest work and future plans.Prospective Winchester MP, Steve Brine paid a visit to WYCP today (Friday 24 October 2008).The lunchtime briefing - titled 'Supporting young carers through schools: The Winchester Experience' - was aimed a