Drug abuse campaign goes mobile

10th November 2000 at 00:00
THE Government's drugs tsar Keith Hellawell will today launch a new interactive programme of education about drug and alcohol misuse. Over the next year, two mobile classrooms, containing the latest computer technology, will visit 68primaries in Leeds. The "d:side@school" programme, set up by the charity Children in Crisis, aims to combat drug abuse, after latest statistics show six in 10 young people under 18 have taken an illegal drug.

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