Experience will not be in vain

I HOPE after reading a recent front page of the Weston Mercury the dangers of heroin abuse will get across loud and clear to all our youngsters. Well informed parents are key allies in reducing drug abuse. Above all, parents must learn to recognise the

I HOPE after reading a recent front page of the Weston Mercury the dangers of heroin abuse will get across loud and clear to all our youngsters. Well informed parents are key allies in reducing drug abuse. Above all, parents must learn to recognise the signs that kids are dabbling in drugs. For example sudden mood swings, unusual aggression or depression for no apparent reason, or a waning interest in school, hobbies or friends.Let's hope Weston family man Richard Phillips' experience will not be in vain.D F COURTNEY- Victoria Park, Weston


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