01:45AM, Wednesday 18 July 2012
A campaign encouraging safer summer drinking was launched by community safety representatives at Bar Sport in Maidenhead town centre on Wednesday last week.
Posters will be distributed in pubs and bars throughout the Royal Borough encouraging the public to enjoy events such as the Olympic Games responsibly.
The initiative will be run by the Borough's community safety partnership and drug and alcohol action team.
Kareem Naaman, manager at Bar Sport in Grenfell Island, said: "We want our customers to enjoy and remember what promises to be a cracking summer for sport, but to do so safely and responsibly."
Visit nightwise.org.uk for tips and advice from the team.
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