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Cllr Patricia Stallard meets Havant MP Alan Mak

This photo shows County Councillor Patricia Stallard meeting recently with Havant MP Alan Mak, when they discussed the Supporting Families Programme run by Hampshire County Council.  The scheme provides support to local families with persistent problems such as mental health issues, poor school a

World Mental Health Day

10th October was World Mental Health Day. Cllr Patricia Stallard, who is the Mental Health Champion at Hampshire County Council, used the occasion to visit the voluntary group who support the Royal Victoria Country Park at Netley.

Upper Meon Valley Ward - Hugh Lumby Winning there!

UPPER MEON VALLEY - Hugh Lumby Winning there!

The by-election held on Thursday 20th September proved to be another success for the Conservatives. Winning with over 50% of the votes cast, Hugh's victory means that the Conservative Group remain in control of Winchester City Council.

County Councillor Patricia Stallard at the Winchester Science Centre!

County Councillor Patricia Stallard attended the opening of the Explore Space Centre, at the Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium.  "It was a fascinating and amazing experience" said Patricia.  "I later took my grandchildren along and, at the end of the day, I had to drag them away.  It is s

Autumn Supper Club

On Friday evening we were delighted to welcome MP for Romsey and Southampton North,and Minister of State for Immigration, Caroline Nokes to our supper club.

Winchester City Council By-Election - 20th September 2018

On 20th September Winchester City Council are holding a by-election following the resignation of one of the City's councillors from Upper Meon Valley Ward.

Our strong Conservative candidate is local man, and strong voice for the Upper Meon Valley, Hugh Lumby.

Celebrating the birthday of Emmeline Pankhurst

Hampshire female MPs [Maria Miller, Caroline Nokes, Mims Davis] and County Councillor Patricia Stallard, plus the Leader Cllr Roy Perry, join with County Council Chairwoman, Cllr Elaine Still, to lay a wreath of flowers to celebrate the birthday of Emmeline Pankhurst.  The ceremony took place in