Wednesday, 10 May, 2017
Select Stadium, Lower House Lane, Widnes, WA8 7DZ
9am-1pm

This event will provide a valuable opportunity to share ideas about key developments in the alcohol harm reduction programme in Cheshire & Merseyside, as well as to update colleagues about the wide-ranging programme of work established.

The Chief Executive Officers and Leaders of the nine local authorities in Cheshire & Merseyside have agreed to find common approaches to reducing harm from alcohol through licensing. To this end, they have agreed that local areas share good practice and support each other to achieve these goals.

The event will comprise of briefing sessions and discussion about how to use current licensing laws to achieve reduced alcohol harm, as well as opportunities to discuss emerging issues with participants. In addition, there are some examples of excellent work with very promising results to share on enforcing current law and local voluntary agreements.

Objectives and desired outcomes for the event

  • Share Statement of Intent;
  • Motivate, inspire and inform action to achieve quality community and wellbeing outcomes across Cheshire & Merseyside;
  • Agree actions on a collective basis;
  • Share good practice and solutions around key themes/issues.

Who should attend?

Colleagues from Licensing, Environmental Health, Legal, Trading Standards, Planning, Public Health, the Police, community safety and elected members.

View the programme here

To register for this event, please complete the booking form below.

Please e-mail champscpd@wirral.gov.uk with any queries, or call 0151 666 5123.

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If you require any further information in the meantime, please contact the Champs support team on 0151 666 5123

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