Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

16 MAR 2015

City church group visit Westminster

Steve Brine met up with a city church group as he hosted them in the Palace of Westminster on Monday 16th March.

The Winchester MP met the Friends of St Matthews & St Pauls, who were led by Fulflood resident Geoffrey Burnaby, as they took a tour of Parliament and met up with their MP for a chat.

Speaking afterwards, Steve said: "It was lovely to meet the ladies and gents from the Friends of St Matthews & St Pauls, and speak to a group from right in the heart of Winchester right here in the heart of Westminster.

"I could tell that each and every one of them really enjoyed the trip and I was honoured to be able to speak with them and host them in the House."

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