Pathways of Chesterfield - Alcohol Awareness Week at the Paths to Recovery Project

Posted on: 09 Jul 2024

Our partners at Pathways of Chesterfield would like to share what activities they got up to during alcohol awareness week last week:

“As part of our well-being group today we had fun designing our own mocktails.  We enjoyed experimenting with different flavours and looks from stunning sunset cocktails to swamp water.  With pineapple passion winning the award for best tasting, Exotic Bunny for the best recipe design and Cherry Pop for the best presented!

Harm reduction information was available and Bec our recovery worker was on hand in case people wanted a chat or support.

It was fun to see everyone enjoying making mocktails and having a lot of fun and giggles with no alcohol needed.”

If you would like more information on how to attend the Paths to Recovery Project, you can find contact information and can read more about the project on the GRID website’s Recovery Projects page -

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