Welcome to Community Alcohol Partnerships

Congratulations to everyone who has been shortlisted for our annual CAP awards, which recognise exception achievements in preventing alcohol harm to young people. The winners will be announced at our CAP celebration at the House of Lords on January 29, 2020.

 

CAP of the Year England shortlisted entries:

Longtown CAP, Reading CAP, Corby CAP

CAP of the Year Scotland shortlisted entries:

North West Edinburgh CAP, Orkney CAP, North East Edinburgh CAP

CAP of the Year Wales shortlisted entries:

Cardiff CAP, Pontardawe CAP, Pontypridd CAP

Innovation shortlisted entries:

Network Ryde (Ryde CAP), Copeland CAP, North West Edinburgh CAP

Excellence in Education shortlisted entries:

The Hastings Academy, Tonbridge Girls Grammar School, Brathray Trust and Dropzone (Copeland CAP)

Most improved locality shortlisted entries:

Copeland CAP, Longtown CAP

CAP+ of the Year shortlisted entries:

Barrow in Furness CAP, Snodland CAP

Individual Awards shortlisted entries:

Helen Ellison - Ollerton, Boughton and Edwinstowe CAP, Zakk Frost and Shannon Lee, Cardiff CAP, Neil Butcher, Kent Trading Standards and Kent CAP Co-ordinator, Paul Pugh of Paul’s Pledge.            

News and Blogs

As Chief Executive of the Chartered Trading Standards Institute it is great to see the growth of Community Alcohol Partnerships. They are an amazing way to bring businesses, regulators and communities together to deliver lasting solutions to the issues that underage drinking has on communities and young people. One of my proudest achievements in trading standards was the establishment of the first ever Community Alcohol Partnership and I know colleagues up and down the country are equally proud of the benefits that their local schemes are bringing.

Leon Livermore
Chief Executive
Chartered Institute of Trading Standards (2015)

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