Steve Barclay, MP, gives insight into his role in Parliament at Fenland school
STEVE Barclay, MP, visited a school in Fenland to give youngsters and staff an insight into his role in Parliament.
The North East Cambs MP visited Alderman Jacobs Primary School in Whittlesey and answered a wide range of questions from whether he had met David Cameron to how he’d travelled to the school that morning.
He said: “It was a real pleasure to have the opportunity to visit Alderman Jacobs and see first hand the excellent atmosphere and creativity.
“I was asked some wonderful and thoughtful questions.”
Curtis, aged 11, enjoyed the MP’s visit and said: “I was delighted to meet him.
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“I’ve never met a person in Parliament before. He was kind and generous, because he didn’t mind us asking him questions.”
Mrs Sargent, head teacher, said: “Mr Barclay generously gave his time to visit Alderman Jacobs School.
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“It was a pleasure to meet him and the children gave him such a warm welcome and learnt all about his role as an MP.
“We were all impressed by his vibrancy and commitment to our children’s futures.”