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Tuesday, 18 December 2018

CANCELLED Aspire Housing Association Drop in Clinic Tuesday 18th December 2018



Steer Clear of Morning After Drink Driving



The Morning After Campaign, which has been running for several years, is designed to help normally responsible people avoid the risk of a drink drive conviction - or worse still, cause a collision or casualties while ‘over the limit’ - by highlighting how long it takes for alcohol to pass through the body.





The website has a very useful calculator to give you an idea if you are safe to drive the following morning. This calculator is not intended to help you work out how much you can drink on a night out before driving home.

If you are drinking any amount of alcohol on a night out - even one drink - you should leave the car at home and make alternative arrangements.

And the calculator won’t help you if you are arrested for drink driving.

What it will do is enable you to calculate roughly when it will be safe for you to drive the morning after drinking alcohol. And it can help you calculate when to stop drinking alcohol if you have to drive the following morning. CLICK HERE

For further information, see the Morning After Campaign website.

amey: Tempo Update 17th December 2018


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Will You Accept BFPO’s Christmas Photo Challenge?

If you've snapped the Ghost of Christmas Post, we want to hear from you! 

We're looking for a superstar photo to become the face of Forces' Christmas. We want to see the positive impact that Forces Mail has had on you & your family. Simply direct message us on Facebook or Twitter, or email desbfpo-enquiries@mod.gov.uk with the subject 'BFPO Christmas Photos'. 

You can send as many photos as you like until 31 January but please read our BFPO Christmas Photo Challenge Terms and Conditions at bit.ly/2EmIqSP before you do.

JSHAO: Housing Briefs in January 2019 at Abingdon, Aylesbury, Odiham, Thorney Island, Chepstow





Click the links below to view each poster





Monday, 17 December 2018