Community organisations

From visiting national and local charities, community groups and organisations - including Age UK, the Sea Cadets and homeless charity Alabare - to hosting receptions in Westminster - such as for the Gosport Youth Council - to thank local volunteers, Caroline believes that voluntary organisations are the backbone of the Gosport Constituency’s community.

Among the local organisations Caroline supports are Loud and Proud, a voluntary group for young people to help others within the constituency with Motiv8 who work to improve the life chances of, troubled youngsters and families.

Local organisations link the community together and Caroline enjoys the opportunity to meet constituents across Gosport, Stubbington, Hill Head and Lee on the Solent. She therefore helped to launch both the Gosport Older Persons Forum and Gosport Men’s Shed. Caroline joined the campaign to save the Iona Club in Bridgemary, supporting the dialogue between the club's committee and the Catholic Diocese of Portsmouth, who own the building, the two parties reached a mutual agreement. As a result, the Iona Family Club once again been a fully functioning community hub. 

To help support these vital charities and groups, in June 2018 Caroline helped launch the Gosport Community Lottery which supports local good causes. To buy your ticket with a 1 in 50 chance of winning click here.  

With trepidation, for Gosport & Fareham branch of the MS Society, Caroline took to new heights as she skydived in July 2012 and abseiled down the Spinnake in May 2014 to fundraise for the charity.


Ambitious Steps To End Rough Sleeping Announced

Local MP, Caroline Dinenage, has welcomed the announcement by Housing Secretary, Robert Jenrick, that £433 million will support new, ambitious steps to end rough sleeping for good.

Caroline's Acts of Kindness

Local MP, Caroline Dinenage, today visited Acts of Kindness who are providing community support in the Gosport Constituency.

Calling For Cards To Celebrate WWII Veteran’s 100th Birthday

Local WWII veteran, Ron Cross MBE, is turning 100 on June 8th this year.

Unfortunately, due to the current pandemic and lockdown, it is highly unlikely that Ron will get to celebrate with his family and loved ones as he self-isolates.

Caroline Celebrates #ActsOfKindness

This #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek Gosport MP, Caroline Dinenage, is running an #ActsOfKindness campaign to highlight how generous gestures and thoughtful actions have made a difference to our lives during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Household Waste And Recycling Centres Re-Open

Hampshire County Council has announced it will be re-opening Household Waste and Recycling Centres (HWRC) from Monday 11th May.

HWRC’s have been closed throughout the Covid-19 pandemic following Government guidelines regarding non-essential journeys.