NOTICE ME! Bringing home the realities of County Lines to middleclass suburbia WATCH NOW!

WOW, what a movie… made by Windsor school children to deal with the very real problem of County Lines… a must watch by school children, parents, grandparents, carers, teachers, Cllrs, MPs, everyone…

What does the phrase County Lines mean?

County Lines is where illegal drugs are transported from one area to another, often across police and local authority boundaries (although not exclusively), usually by children or vulnerable people who are coerced into it by gangs. The ‘County Line’ is the mobile phone line used to take the orders of drugs.

NOTICE ME! the Premiere

But it’s way more than that… the potential mental damage this could cause those caught up in it doesn’t bear thinking about! Families destroyed, lives lost both mentally and physically.

Watch the movie and get others to watch it too as by simply being aware you may prevent someone making this terrible life choice or possibly be able to steer them safely back on track.

Listening to the children discuss their roles in the movie after the Premiere last night just showed much they had taken onboard.

A really excellent, “sparkling” piece of work by Brad Day and Trevelyan Middle School with the full support from Matthew Barber, Police & Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley.

notice me! trevelyan

Trainspotting glamourised the instability of sex, drugs and Rock’n’Roll back in 1996. NOTICE ME! brings home the potential realities of how County Lines might impact real people we know and love, killing their sparkle and harming their families and friends in ways they may never recover from. In 2022 we want a sustainable future for those we hold dear…. Please WATCH & SHARE widely…

Thank you.

Jon

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