Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

16 OCT 2013

Otterbourne schoolchildren visit Parliament

Otterbourne Primary School visited the Palace of Westminster on Wednesday 16th October, where they also took the opportunity to meet their local MP.

They took in a tour of the Houses of Parliament before heading over to Westminster Abbey to meet up with Steve Brine for a lively Q&A session.

Speaking after the visit, Steve said: "I visited the school earlier in the Summer and asked them then to consider a visit to the Houses of Parliament so it was great to have them here. They were a bright bunch and came prepared with a large number of questions, including whether I had ever considered abolishing homework.

"One young lady even a detailed question about the funding of higher education places which I thought was impressive for a primary group – and showed excellent planning ahead!"

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