Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

25 OCT 2017

Guy winner brings family to Westminster

A Winchester schoolboy took his parents to Westminster on Wednesday 25th October having won the Winchester Round Table Guy Fawkes Competition last year.

Teo Ginder, from St Bedes CoE Primary School, won the prize to take a tour of Parliament and took his parents to meet Steve Brine in the House where the MP personally congratulated him on his work.

Steve said: "I was delighted to meet Teo and his family today, and delighted the trip could be arranged around his schooling for this half-term.

"I know Teo was very excited about having won, and I hope they had a lovely time up here in Parliament."

Pictured; Steve Brine with Teo Ginder and family on the Terrace of the House of Commons

 

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