Welcome to Herts Alcohol Campaigns

The Hertfordshire Alcohol Campaigns group consists of partners and representatives from Hertfordshire County Council, Hertfordshire Constabulary, Health services, Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs) and related communications leads. The group aims to provide consistent countywide messages around alcohol and to provide useful products for use across Hertfordshire. For example, our products and leaflets have been used in workplaces, public areas and local community days, to name but a few.


Current Campaigns

Don't Give Up Giving Up Alcohol

Hertfordshire residents are being encouraged not to give up on their New Year’s resolutions to reduce the amount of alcohol they drink.

A new public health campaign seeks to address a pattern that will be familiar to many residents – making a decision at the beginning of the year to drink less or give up for a month, but within a few days or weeks returning to old habits and feeling that it’s all just too difficult. 

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Previous Campaigns

Previous Campaign: Prombook

A prom night should be a night to remember for the right reasons – this was the message from Hertfordshire’s Alcohol Campaigns Group through the County Community Safety Unit as it launched its new social media campaign: ‘Class of 2014 – How will you be remembered?' in the summer of 2014...

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Previous Campaign: Enjoy Summer 2012

2012 was an exceptional summer in Hertfordshire, with the Queen's jubilee, the London 2012 Olympics, the Euro 2012 football tournament, the Red Hot Chili Peppers concert at Knebworth and the 'Rhythms of the World' music festival in Hitchin. Find out how our 'Enjoy Summer 2012' campaign helped to ensure everyone enjoyed a historical summer...

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County Community Safety Unit