Binge drinking film launch
A HARD-hitting film highlighting the dangers of binge drinking will be launched at the James Paget University Hospital tomorrow night. The film made by young people, for young people, is supported by Norfolk Police.
A HARD-hitting film highlighting the dangers of binge drinking will be launched at the James Paget University Hospital tomorrow night.
The film made by young people, for young people, is supported by Norfolk Police.
“One Drink Too Far” tells the story of four young people who drink alcohol taken from their
parents' home before hitting the town for a night out.
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The group soon begin to pay the price for their drinking binge with characters finding themselves in dangerous scenarios; becoming lost from their friends, having a drink spiked and getting involved in a fight.
The film has been produced by young people from Great Yarmouth College and targets their peers.
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“One Drink Too Far” is the result of a project launched earlier in the year involving the police, the hospital and NHS Great Yarmouth and Waveney, along with Yarmouth's Longbar owner Mike Butcher.
The film will be launched in the Celebration Suite, of the hospital's Burrage Centre at 7pm.