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Friends of Winchester Cathedral visit Parliament

Last week Steve Brine met with a large group of constituents in the House of Commons as the Friends of Winchester Cathedral visited Parliament.


On 18th March the group took a tour of the Palace of Westminster and then met up with their MP on the Terrace of the House of Commons for a Q&A session.


Steve Brine said: “I was delighted the group enjoyed their tour, and it was lovely to spend time with them on the Terrace in the sunshine chatting about my job and current events including the B-word of course!”


Lucy Hutchin said: “The Friends of Winchester Cathedral were delighted to experience a tour of the Houses of Parliament, organised by Steve Brine, and to learn about the history of the building and the people who have worked there.


“After the tour we enjoyed a lively discussion with Steve about his role as an MP and the subject of Brexit.”



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