​​​​​​​​​​Alcohol and Drugs


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Whether it's because you're short on money, or because you just want to remember your amazing night, more and more students are deciding not to drink alcohol on a night out.

Alcohol is a drug, and if you do choose to drink, then it's important to know your limits and keep yourself safe. We work with organisations such as St. Johns and the Red Frogs to provide safe and sociable environments at our events, but it is ultimately your own responsibility to keep yourself, and others, safe.

Recreational drugs, otherwise known as 'legal highs', can be really dangerous too. Make sure you know the facts and understand all the risks before ever getting involved.

You should never feel pressured to drink alcohol or to take any kind of drugs. If you feel uncomfortable in any situation then you should tell someone you trust, a member of staff at a bar, or a court warden.






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