THE MSP for Clydebank has backed a campaign encouraging constituents to be aware of how much alcohol they are consuming.
Drinkaware held a day of actions in Clydebank’s Asda on Friday, January 13 and was joined by Gil Paterson MSP.
The parliamentarian met with campaign demonstrator Paul Sweeny and the supermarket’s community colleague Linda Maguire.
Mr Paterson said: “I was delighted to join Drinkaware’s day of action in Clydebank’s Asda and talk about what the group is doing across Scotland about alcohol safety.
“I fully support the message of Drinkaware – alcohol can be damaging in many ways, from physical health, mental health, relationships and financially.
“I would urge constituents to take a look at the advice Drinkaware offers, from safe amounts of alcohol, how many calories in certain drinks and what to do if one is indeed struggling with an addiction.”
Visit www.drinkaware.co.uk for more information.