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Community Alcohol Partnership is finally formed in Kilsyth to tackle underage drinking

Summary by Ground News
Around 200 young people aged 13-17 took part in the survey. More than 15% indicated that they drank at least once a week. A quarter of respondents said they are given alcohol by parents. A further 25% said they have given alcohol to friends. 66% of respondents claimed their parents didn't mind them drinking.
4 months ago·Kilsyth, United Kingdom

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Community Alcohol Partnership is finally formed in Kilsyth to tackle underage drinking

Kilsyth now has its own Community Alcohol Partnership to tackle underage drinking and can consider itself among 250 such partnerships across the UK which aim to improve the life chances of young people.

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