A CHARITY that helps give adults with learning difficulties a voice has celebrated moving into a new home.
Connect Advocacy has taken up residence in Nobes Hall in Bridgemary, where it will continue to offer support for the 60 service users from across Fareham and Gosport on its books.
It had previously been at Gosport Business Park off Aerodrome Road.
Manager Alison Flack said: ‘We are an independent advocacy charity, so it’s all about helping people voice their views and access their rights as members of society.
‘It’s a growing field and we can work with very vulnerable people at a difficult time in their lives.’
Mayor of Gosport councillor Chris Carter attended the party to mark the opening.
For more information go to connectadvocacy.org.uk or call (01329) 232236.