Choices for life 2010

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From left- Daizy Agnew, Pheobe Brown and Jess Stickley of 'Girls Can't Catch with Jack Hearton and Scott Carey (both 11). Around 7,000 P7 pupils from across Strathclyde will take part in today's event which, through a live entertainment programme using music and drama, aims to provide young people with information on substance misuse. The 'Choices for life' event is a major community safety programme organised by the Scottish Crime and Drug Enforcement Agency, with support of Scotland's Police forces. The children experienced a day of performances, ranging from music acts to plays...SECC, Finneston Quay, Scotland. Picture: Euan Anderson/Universal News And Sport (Scotland) 4th May 2010.
From left- Daizy Agnew, Pheobe Brown and Jess Stickley of 'Girls Can't Catch with Jack Hearton and Scott Carey (both 11). Around 7,000 P7 pupils from across Strathclyde will take part in today's event which, through a live entertainment programme using music and drama, aims to provide young people with information on substance misuse. The 'Choices for life' event is a major community safety programme organised by the Scottish Crime and Drug Enforcement Agency, with support of Scotland's...
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Keywords:
  • Alchohol
  • Children
  • Cigarettes
  • Drink
  • Drugs
  • Euan Anderson
  • Glasgow
  • Health
  • Law
  • Police
  • Safety
  • Scotland