Gosport MP supports RSPCA work

HMS St Albans (background) with the Russian frigate Yaroslav Mudry Picture: PO Lee Blease

Portsmouth frigate escorts Russian warship through English Channel

Have your say

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.