Adult club with dogging room and dungeon set to open in quiet UK town

Fears have been raised over apparent plans to open an "adult club" with a "dogging room" and "dungeon" for lewd acts inside… just a short walk from a primary school.

GG's Lounge in Runcorn, Cheshire has sparked outrage with its alleged plans and has been advertising online for memberships, offering "play rooms", a couples' only room, "dogging room" sauna and a "dungeon".

But locals are furious, and East Runcorn's Labour MP Mike Amesbury is leading the call against it. He said, when contacted by a constituent: "I have brought this to the attention of Stephen Young, Chief Executive of Halton Borough Council and asked him to investigate further and provide me with a response."

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And, a local neighbourhood watch coordinator, who did not wish to be named, told the Liverpool Echo: "The presence of an unlicensed adult club in a residential area can potentially disrupt the peace and well-being of our community. It might lead to increased noise, traffic, and unwanted attention, impacting the quality of life for nearby residents. It's near a school that's not even half a mile away.

But the co-owner of the lounge, Simon Montagu, claimed that locals are "misinformed". He claims that the website containing the details was "generic" and has been taken down.

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He said: "We are aware that there are some locals who have been misinformed of what we are doing based solely on a generic website that never should have gone live, and has since been taken down. We are working with Halton borough council to make sure that we comply with all legal requirements and having been out into Runcorn and talked to many local business owners and passers-by in the street."

"We have had really positive feedback about our new enterprise and we are sure it will add positively to Runcorn and once the building is finished being renovated it will remove a decade-long blight from an otherwise pleasant area."

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