Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

19 OCT 2015

Otterbourne pupils visit Westminster

Steve Brine met up with over 60 Year Five children from Otterbourne Church of England Primary School on Monday 19th October.

The children took part in a session with the Education Service, where they learnt about the history and workings of Parliament, and they also took a tour of the Palace of Westminster before meeting Steve for a Question & Answer session.

Steve said: "They were a great bunch, and as I say time and again, one of my real passions is engaging young people in politics and explaining just what it is that I do.

"I really enjoyed taking the questions, and it was noticeable at the end just how many said they are interested in becoming an MP – so it is a case of watch this space!"

Pictured; Steve Brine MP takes questions from the floor

 

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Otterbourne Church of England Primary School

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