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The Water Angels return to Crawley for Christmas

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The Water Angels will be back in Crawley this Christmas to ‘keep a good night good’ by handing out drinking water.

The Water Angels campaign, which launched in 2014, is aimed at 18 – 24 year olds and aims to reduce alcohol-related harm, violence, crime and disorder, by encouraging people to drink water as part of their night out.

Research found that young adults often avoid drinking water on a night out because they don’t want to queue at the bar and miss out on fun with their friends. It also found that they often forget to drink water or that they see it as a sign of weakness.

Water Angel’s message is that by drinking water between alcoholic drinks, young people can prevent a hangover by staying hydrated.

Councillor Michael Jones, Cabinet member for Communituy Engagement and Public Protection, said: “I’m delighted to see the Water Angels back in town for another festive season.

“They’ve been well received by partygoers in previous years and help people to enjoy themselves safely and responsibly.”

For more information about the Water Angels campaign you can find them on Twitter at @WaterAngelUK or on their Facebook page WaterAngelUK.

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Britain’s Got Talent auditions come to Crawley

The ITV show is holding auditions at The Hawth this month.

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Get practising because Britain’s Got Talent is coming to Crawley!

The hugely popular ITV show is holding auditions right here in Crawley at The Hawth and you can be a part of it.

On Thursday 30th August from 2-8pm you can audition to be a part of this fantastic show.

If you are under 18 you MUST be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

You can also apply via ITV.com/talent

So dust off those dance shoes, dig out the instruments and show the world how talented you are.

 

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