Efforts to curb underage drinking and antisocial behaviour in a coastal village are ramping up.

The Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) is launching a new scheme in Caister and the surrounding rural villages on Friday, November 24.

CAP schemes are set up to tackle underage drinking and the resulting harm to young people and the community.

Partnerships are managed and delivered between local authorities, police, retailers, schools, neighbourhood groups and health providers.

Great Yarmouth, Gorleston and Bradwell already have CAP schemes in place.