Children and parents across Cumbria have the opportunity this week to ask anything about alcohol in an online webchat.
As part of alcohol awareness week (19-25 November) Cumbria Police and NHS Cumbria are taking part in the online webchat offering people the chance to ask any questions they want about alcohol; its effects, the law, what age people can drink alcohol from and how to watch out from being spiked.
The webchat hosted by Cumbria Constabulary will take place on Wednesday, 21st November from 10am until 12pm.
People are invited to visit www.cumbria.police.uk/alcohol where they can ask their questions online before or during the live chat. All questions will then be responded to during the live webchat.
Representatives taking part in the webchat include; Graham Cassells, North West Ambulance Service's Operations Manager for North Cumbria, Su Sear a Public Health Partnerships Specialist for NHS Cumbria, Cherilee Cornthwaite from Cumbria Trading Standards and Inspector Jon Sherlock from Cumbria Constabulary.
People should log on to www.cumbria.police.uk/alcohol to participate on Wednesday, 21st November from 10am until 12pm.