Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

10 OCT 2016

Otterbourne children visit Parliament

Children from Otterbourne Primary School visited Parliament on Monday 10th October as part of their 'Government and Monarchs' module this Autumn term.

As well as being able to look around the Palace of Westminster, the group met up with their MP, Steve Brine, in the Education Centre at the end of the day for a special Q&A session.

Steve said: "It was lovely to meet with the group this afternoon, and answer questions on my role, why I wanted to be an MP and the challenges of the job.

"I hope they enjoyed the day and it has formed a useful part of their learning this term."

Pictured; Steve talks to Otterbourne children in Parliament's Education Centre

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