Posts Tagged ‘alcohol concern cymru’

The drinks industry – part of the solution, or part of the problem?

Monday, November 21st, 2011

Andrew Misell, Manager of Alcohol Concern Cymru reflects on the drinks industry as part of alcohol awareness week: During Alcohol Awareness Week (14-20 November 2011) Alcohol Concern Cymru is asking whether the drinks industry can ever be part of the solution to alcohol misuse. The industry is working hard to present a positive image of [...]

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Alcohol Awareness week

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

Statistics released this week by Alcohol Concern to highlight Alcohol Awareness Week make for uncomfortable reading. Read them here. For me, the most shocking of Alcohol Concern’s figures are those that demonstrate the effect of alcohol on children. More than 100 children, including children as young as five, contact ChildLine every week with worries about [...]

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Survey on alcohol policy issues

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

Alcohol Concern Cymru are conducting a survey to gauge the views of those working in primary care on current alcohol policy issues in Wales. 45% of adults in Wales admit to drinking more than the recommended daily amount on at least one day in the past week, including 28% regularly binge drinking (drinking more than [...]

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