Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

17 MAR 2017

All Saints visit Parliament

Steve Brine met up with children from All Saints Primary School as they visited the House of Commons on Thursday 16th March.

The group had a tour of the palace and spent time in the popular Education Centre, where children from all over the country learn more about Parliament and how our country works.

Steve said: "I visited the school last year for the exciting opening of the new extension on site, and I was delighted to welcome the group to the House. I know they had been learning about the Civil War and Charles II, and I enjoyed our special Q&A session we held afterwards.

"More and more schools are taking advantage of the Education Service and Centre here in Parliament, and I urge any teachers interested in finding out more to take a look at the website – I hope to see you here soon!"

 

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