South Tyneside Council is currently refreshing its alcohol strategy and is engaging with local members of the community to ensure everyone has a chance to have their say on how too much alcohol can have a detrimental effect on the borough.
As part of this work a question time panel is being held on Wednesday 31 January at The Word, National Centre for the Written Word, Market Place, South Shields from 2-4pm, which will explore the harms associated with alcohol. The panel will answer questions raised by the public and summarise a response to the answers you give to the above questions. Anyone is free to attend and just turn up on the day.
Questions should be submitted to Samantha Start, Public Health Practitioner, either by post to South Tyneside Council, Town Hall and Civic Offices, Westoe Road, South Shields NE33 2RL, telephone 0191 424 6515 or email Samantha.email@example.com by close of play on Wednesday 9 January 2018.
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