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Cllr Prad Bains opens newly refurbish subway mural in Hart Plain

Cllr Prad Bains says, "Today I was delighted to open a newly refurbished subway mural in Wecock along with Cllr Elaine Shimbart. We were fortunate enough to be shown the art personally by many of the young artists who helped create the mural.

Caring & Campaigning in Knowle

Caring and Campaigning in Knowle

Your local team, of local Conservatives, were out in Knowle yesterday bringing residents news from our candidate, Loraine Rappe.

Patricia supports Loraine Rappe

Patricia Stallard was photographed out today delivering leaflets in the rural and farming areas of the Southwick & Wickham Ward for Loraine Rappé, the Conservative candidate in the forthcoming Winchester City Council elections on 2nd May 2019.  Loraine says "a large part of Winchester distric

Waterlooville Men's Shed

Cllr Narinder Bains is supporting Waterlooville Men's Shed to expand their excellent community facility which reaches out to men in Cowplain and surrounding areas. They build any wooden and metal projects - nothing is too small!

World Book day at Winchester Science Centre

On World Book Day at Winchester Science Centre, Patricia Stallard, Cabinet Member for Public Health at Hampshire County Council, met authors Jenny Batchelor and Beth McKeeman as they launched their new books for children: A Wild Walk to School and A Right Royal Adventure.

Waterlooville Skittles Evening

Waterlooville branch is always very active and has a variety of social events. Pictured here preparing to "Knock 'em all down", is Branch Chairman, Margaret Barnes.

Wickham Community Centre - Pop Up Cafe

County Councillor Patricia Stallard pictured here visiting the pop up cafe at Wickham Community Centre for delicious soup, tea and cake.

Southwick & Wickham Branch News

Some members from the Southwick & Wickham Branch met recently for a coffee [and cake!] morning at Greens, in Wickham square.  Everyone had a great time and enjoyed themselves.  The Branch Committee are planning more social events and are delighted that membership of the Branch continues to gr