Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage was delighted to visit the Gosport RNA last week to celebrate the Daring Club's 3rd Birthday.

Since its formation in 2012, the group, for adults with learning difficulties and their carers, has flourished and monthly meetings now attract over 100 people from across the local area. Founded by Mary Claridge and her grandson Ryan, the Club lays on lunch, karaoke, a disco and a range of other activities on two Monday's each month.

Speaking after the event, Caroline said:

"I always enjoy my visits to the Daring Club and am extremely proud of how much it has grown in the past three years. It is a greatly valued resource for adults with learning difficulties, giving them an opportunity to socialise and participate in fun activities.

One of the most popular features of the Club is its pop-up store selling inexpensive CDs and DVDs. If you have any unwanted CDs or DVDs, please take them to the RNA to help boost the Club's coffers!"

The Daring Club meets at the Royal Naval Association Club on Fareham Road, Gosport, and is open to all adults with learning disabilities.