Dave Hogg, crime and disorder programme manager of Balance, said: “We welcome the news today by the Home Office that they are proposing to increase the powers for local councils.
Colin Shevills, director of Balance, explained: “While we recognise that some 16 and 17-year-olds will drink, the medical advice is that an alcohol free childhood is best for your child’s...
Local hero Bob Moncur was in Morpeth today (Thursday, June 17) to encourage staff from Northumberland County Council to think about how much they drink during the World Cup.
Local hero Bob Moncur was at Cummins today (Wednesday, June 16) to encourage staff to think about how much they drink during the World Cup.
Local hero Bernie Slaven was at KP Foods in Billingham today (Tuesday, June 15) to encourage staff to think about how much they drink during the World Cup.
Colin Shevills, Director of Balance, said: “These figures, which may even be conservative according to our estimates, highlight the huge price we are all paying for alcohol misuse.
A few lagers or glasses of wine may complement the summer barbeque – but did you know that we could be consuming twice as much alcohol when we drink at home as we do on a night out?...
Football fans in Hartlepool are being warned that they face more than just a hangover if they fail to stick to their limits whilst consuming alcohol this World Cup.
Branded alcohol prices have been slashed by almost half across the North East in preparation for this summer’s World Cup.
Recommendations by NICE that Government support the introduction of a minimum price per unit of alcohol, have been welcomed by Balance, the North East Alcohol Office.