Youth bus visits school

VISIT: Wychavon youth bus officer Rob Mace, left, with Evesham High School teacher Katie Green and year nine pupils Abby Gurney, Morgan Spiers, Javid Rahman and Mitch Miller.

VISIT: Wychavon youth bus officer Rob Mace, left, with Evesham High School teacher Katie Green and year nine pupils Abby Gurney, Morgan Spiers, Javid Rahman and Mitch Miller.

First published in News

TEENAGERS looked at the world through the eyes of a drunk when they tried a pair of beer goggles on for size at a session exploring the dangers of alcohol and drugs.

Students at Evesham High School stepped into the shoes of drink and drug users as part of a session about the dangers of using the substances at the Four Pools Road school alongside Wychavon’s Youth Bus and the Ourside Youth Centre.

The pupils were quizzed on drug types and names and played games, including Russian roulette with eggs, which showed that solvent abuse could be your first and last time.

Morgan Spiers, aged 14, said: “I learnt loads about the dangers of drugs.

There are so many different types and young people don’t understand them. I really enjoyed trying the beer goggles too.”

For more information on the Youth Bus, contact Rob Mace on 07773 031205 or check out and like the page on Facebook.

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