Alcohol awareness roadshow set to visit Cromer, Fakenham, Stalham, North Walsham and Hoveton

Wednesday, November 14, 2012
10:24 AM

An alcohol awareness roadshow is doing a tour of north Norfolk supermarkets next week.

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The Junction, the Matthew Project’s north Norfolk team based at Cromer, is launching its own local initiative to run alongside national Alcohol Awareness Week which is November 19-25.

Team manager Andy Wicks said: “Our aim is to visit some of North Norfolk’s busiest towns over the course of the week and provide advice, support and information for people around alcohol consumption.”

He thanked local supermakets for supporting the initiative.

The roadshow schedule, with sessions from 10am to 3pm, is: Monday November 19, Cromer Morrisons; Tuesday, Fakenham Tesco; Wednesday, Stalham Tesco; Thursday, North Walsham Sainsbury’s; and Friday, Hoveton Roys of Wroxham.

The Junction also provides an advice centre and counselling drop-in services to help people with concerns about their own substance misuse, or that of a family member. They run in Cromer, Fakenham and North Walsham.

For information visit www.matthewproject.org, phone 01263 510900 or the helpline 0800 764 754.

3 comments

  • Interestingly not stopping in Sheringham as it doesn't have a supermarket yet.

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    Callum Ringer

    Wednesday, November 14, 2012

  • Alcohol awareness. All those ads make me well aware of how good alcohol is.

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    Z:)

    Tuesday, November 20, 2012

  • I hope they are going to make us aware who has got the best deals as there will be visiting most of the supermarkets, may save a few quid in petrol....

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    Mr T

    Thursday, November 15, 2012

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