Butetown: A community taking a stand against drugs

Butetown: A community taking a stand against drugs

Just a short walk from the home of Welsh democracy and the bars of Cardiff Bay, used needles lie discarded in the streets close to where children play.
Residents speak of heroin being openly dealt and injected in broad daylight.
Now there are growing fears teenagers are being targeted by dealers to handle drugs.
The Butetown community in Cardiff is uniting to fight back against a growing drug problem they fear is putting everyone in danger.
Residents have formed a neighbourhood watch scheme, with groups patrolling the streets three nights a week.
A former head teacher said it was a miracle... read more

24 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 50
Source: BBC

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