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THE MP for Gosport has joined an RSPCA inspector to find out more about animal welfare in the area.

Caroline Dinenage spent a number of hours out and about in Gosport with RSPCA inspector Charlotte Eyden.

She learnt about the day-to-day work of the RSCPA and discussed the challenges that their inspectors face.

‘It was a huge privilege to join our local RSPCA inspector, Charlotte, on her rounds,’ she said.

‘I witnessed first-hand the importance of her work in upholding animal welfare in our community.

‘It’s a tough but vital job, and I’m immensely grateful for all the RSPCA does to protect animals in Gosport.’

The visit was part of Caroline’s long-standing commitment to animal welfare, in which she also serves as a vice-president of the RSPCA.