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George tells a tale for World Book Day

Meon Valley MP George Hollingbery visited Cheriton Primary School on World Book Day last week to read to pupils.

The children, all dressed up as their favourite book characters, listened to George as he read a story about a penguin called Lost & Found by Oliver Jeffers.

Off The Fence

Increasing numbers of women are taking part in an ever wider range of sports and this is good news when girls can be put off taking part in games through lack of confidence or embarrassment.

George meets with the Director General of the National Farmers’ Union

The Director General of the National Farmers’ Union, (NFU) Terry Jones and the Head of External Affairs, Olivia Seccombe met with George in Parliament this week.   They were keen to discuss with him the NFU Vision on how farming will deliver for the UK post Brexit.  

George arranges meeting to discuss antisocial motorbike use

At a special motorbike summit called for by George, parish councils, local businesses and residents met with Hampshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Michael Lane to discuss the problem of antisocial motorbike use.      This was a key meeting which set-out to tackle the increasing number of comp