Gosport MP on target in game of wheelchair laser tag

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GOSPORT’S MP Caroline Dinenage took aim at her constituents in a game of wheelchair laser tag.

Ms Dinenage was at the first game of its type to be held at Gosport Leisure Centre, off Forest Way.

As reported, the event was organised by Gary Byrne to raise cash for Gosport and District Sports Association for the Disabled after its hall was damaged in a fire.

Ms Dinenage said: ‘This was a fantastic opportunity for everyone to take part in a fun, exciting and fully-inclusive activity.

‘GADSAD has been doing wonderful work providing social and sporting activities for disabled people in the local area for over 30 years.’

Laser tag sees players attempt to score points by tagging targets, typically with a laser gun.

For more, see wheelchairlasertag.co.uk