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Bus will carry anti-drugs slogan
A campaign has been launched in Nottingham to get more young people to talk openly about drugs.

The city's Crime and Drug Partnership is sponsoring a bus to carry details of a national telephone helpline - FRANK.

Organisers hope the free service will encourage young people to seek confidential advice.

The bus, which will carry a livery advertising the helpline, will be seen around the city on Nottingham City Transport routes.




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