Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

03 MAY 2016

Changing of the guard at student society

Steve Brine met up with Ross Playle and George Marshall-James in Westminster on Tuesday 3rd May as they handed over the chairmanship of the Winchester Student Conservative Society.

Ross has now completed his studies in Education at the University of Winchester, and in his time leading the society, which was the first political society on campus, has hugely increased membership and participation.

George, who is due to move into his second year, recently won the backing of the society and takes up the reins this month.

Steve said: "It was great to welcome the guys up to Westminster. They work so hard and the leadership and sheer determination Ross has shown over his tenure has been superb.

"I am delighted George is taking over, and while he has large shoes to fill, I am totally confident he will continue to take the society from strength to strength."

 

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