Campaign launched to remove super-strength beer from Chelmsford shops

Campaign launched to remove super-strength beer from Chelmsford shops

Campaign launched to remove super-strength beer from Chelmsford shops

First published in News

A CAMPAIGN has been launched in Chelmsford to remove super-strength booze from local off-licence shelves.

The Safer Chelmsford Partnership has set up their Reduce The Strength which will ask shop owners to remove cheap high-alcohol content beer.

It is hoped the project will help reduce alcohol related crime in the city and follows a similar scheme in Ipswich.

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10:59am Sun 23 Feb 14

Jack222 says...

If people want to drink it then let them. I'm sick of the nanny state. Remove strong beer then people who want to get drunk will drink spirits instead...
If people want to drink it then let them. I'm sick of the nanny state. Remove strong beer then people who want to get drunk will drink spirits instead... Jack222
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