Cleckheaton teen drinking comes under spotlight with Community Alcohol Partnership

A new partnership to tackle underage drinking habits is starting with police / traders and landlords. It was held Aakash Restaurant in Cleckheaton. Simone Arratoonian (Health Improvement Practitioner Specialist) speaks. (D554D428)

A new partnership to tackle underage drinking habits is starting with police / traders and landlords. It was held Aakash Restaurant in Cleckheaton. Simone Arratoonian (Health Improvement Practitioner Specialist) speaks. (D554D428)

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Youngsters drinking in the parks and streets of Cleckheaton are to be encouraged to put down the bottle.

The town has been chosen to take part in a scheme to combat underage drinking, but it’s more about education than law-enforcement. The project, a Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) will involve youngsters and their parents.

There are 82 similar schemes nationwide, with each tailored to the specific issues of the area.

 

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