The Borders Alcohol and Drug Partnership (ADP) hosted a full day seminar to launch the new drug and alcohol services and approaches to recovery in the Scottish Borders.
The event took place on Wednesday 28th May 2014 at Tweed Horizons Conference Centre, the event was fully subscribed with 100 delegates
To download presentations from this event, click here
Experience over the past few years of working with event organisers at the Senior Sevens circuit and the local Common Ridings and Festivals has demonstrated a level of professionalism and responsibility that is beyond reproach.
The key message again for 2014 will be that whilst these organisations want people to enjoy these annual events and have a good time, they are encouraging them to drink responsibly and staff working in licensed premises will be reminded of the consequences of serving someone who is drunk.
If you are planning to go along to a local event please enjoy yourself, drink responsibly, donít overdo it. If youíre lucky enough to look young, carry acceptable I.D. and expect to be asked to produce it. Acceptable forms of I.D. are Photo card Driving Licence, Passport or any other photo card I.D. bearing the ĎPASSí logo.
For further information on responsible drinking click here to go to the Drinksmarter Website.