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DAMIAN HINDS, MP LISTENING TO BUSINESS

East Hampshire MP Damian Hinds hosted the first of two ‘Listening to Business’ meetings in Alton this morning and was delighted to have the opportunity to discuss a range of issues with  local businesses.

DAMIAN HINDS, MP WITH IDEAS FOR THE HOLIDAYS

Damian and his wife, Jacqui, live in the constituency between Alton and Petersfield. With three children under six, they have just as much trouble as the rest of us keeping the family amused during the long summer break.  Damian points out that there is no better time to get out and about exploring East Hampshire. He came up with five ideas to get us all started.

DAMIAN HINDS, MP AT THE SUSTAINABILITY CENTRE

Damian visited the Sustainability Centre at East Meon this morning to hear about their exciting plans for a new Learning Centre, and the Appeal to make it happen. A big project, which would be truly transformational.  There's already much more at the Sustainability Centre than most people know about - see more at http://www.sustainability-centre.org/

DAMIAN HINDS, MP PRESENTS MAGNA CARTA FLAG

Bordon Junior School's specially-designed flag represented the ancient county of Hampshire for the Magna Carta 800th anniversary celebrations in Parliament Square.  Recently, Damian had the opportunity to present the school with the actual flag (which is a lot bigger than it looks in the pic) at school assembly.

DAMIAN HINDS, MP - PART OF THE TREASURY TEAM

Damian lined up with Chancellor George Osborne and the rest of the Treasury team outside No. 11 Downing Street ahead of the Budget announcements on Wednesday, Second from right in the picture, Damian was appointed Exchequer Secretary in the re-shuffle following the General Election in May. See full story for Damian's take on the effects of the Budget for East Hampshire constituents.

DAMIAN HINDS, MP AT FESTIVAL FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

Damian visited Petersfield Festival Hall today for the tenth anniversary Festival for Young People. He said: " I found an outstanding exhibition of local school students' art and hope many others will visit. The festival continues until 4pm on Saturday 4th July."