AS the party season approaches, residents are being invited to an event offering advice on getting home safely.
The Getting Home Safely awareness event will be held in Worthing South Street Square on Saturday (November 21).
It aims to encourage the public to plan for evenings out, to get home safely and to make appropriate decisions about drinking.
The afternoon has been organised by chairman of Late Night Partnerships, councillor Diane Guest, and the Adur and Worthing Alcohol Group.
Activities will include a demonstration of a car being cut up after a drink drive accident, to a remote control car obstacle course the public can try out while wearing ‘beer goggles.’
Councillor Daniel Humphreys, leader of Worthing Council, said: “This important event is one of many awareness initiatives organised by councillor Guest and The Late Night Partnership.
“We are grateful for their hard work in helping to ensure everyone who enjoys Worthing at night is fully aware of their options in having a great night out and a safe journey home.”
The public can also meet volunteers in the community who work late at night helping people get home.
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