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15th Aug, 2022

Sikh community launch community safety project

THE LEAMINGTON and Warwick Sikh Community Centre has received a grant from Warwickshire County Council’s Reducing the Impact of Covid 19 Fund.

The aim of the project is to help communities and individuals to be safe, healthy and independent.

A spokesman said: “All too often, we hear about substance misuse and issues concerning county lines, but do you really know what they are and the effects of these on our communities? “If you would like to learn more about these issues, the Leamington and Warwick Sikh Community Centre, as part of their Health and Wellbeing project, in partnership with the Equality & Inclusion Partnership (EQuIP) and Compass, are holding a seminar called ‘Knowing your Masala from your Spice’.”

The seminar will be presented by Compass and cover the subject of Drugs Awareness and County Lines, with the aim to increase attendees’ knowledge on substances, the effects and the law.

It takes place at the Sikh Cultural and Sports Community Centre, 17A-17B Queensway Trading Estate Queensway, Leamington, on Sunday April 3 from 12.30pm to 2pm

To book a place at this free event, contact Santosh on 01926 883129.

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