Please come to Anyone’s Child: Families for Safer Drug Control’s first public event in Maidenhead, on Thursday 20 June, to discuss what a new approach to drugs could mean for families and communities in the UK. Spaces can be reserved here: http://bitly.com/ACMaidenhead
What Maidenhead: Take Drugs Seriously
When Thurs 20 June, 7.00pm-8.30pm
Where SportsAble, Braywick Road, Maidenhead, SL6 1BN
Our speakers include; Anne-Marie Cockburn, whose 15 year old daughter Martha died of an accidental ecstasy overdose; Rose Humphries, who lost two sons to accidental heroin overdoses, and; Jason Kew, Chief Inspector with Thames Valley Police and passionate about protecting the most vulnerable and challenging the stigma attributed to addiction.
Anyone’s Child is a network of families whose lives have been devastated by current drug legislation and are now campaigning for legal regulation. Please come along to our event and find out how legally regulated drugs, supplied by doctors and pharmacists, could reduce the dangers posed by drugs and better protect young and vulnerable people.
This event launches our Week of Action to End the Drug War. Other events include Walk a Mile in Our Shoes, a fundraising walk along the Thames Path to raise awareness of the harms of UK drug policy, and a lobby of parliament to call on MPs to end the drug war.