Drug busters take to the road

18th February 2000 at 00:00
Aberdeenshire is to set up a "life education centre" based on a similar venture in Australia which aims to help pupils combat drugs and is said to be the first of its ind in Scotland. A mobile classroom, supported by a pound;140,000 fund-raising effort from local Rotary clubs, will tour schools focusing on the 3-15 age group.

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