Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

27 NOV 2017

Itchen Abbas children visit Parliament

A group of Year 6 children from Itchen Abbas Primary School visited Parliament on Monday 27th November.

The children, and staff, took a tour of the Palace of Westminster, before meeting up with their MP for a lively Q&A session and then going onto the Terrace for a photo by the River Thames.

Steve Brine said: "It was great to host the Year 6 children and staff from this lovely school, and I very much enjoyed meeting everyone and taking the questions.

"It's fair to say they were very interested and were the most excited group to date!"

 

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Itchen Abbas Primary School

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