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County Lines (15). A free screening as part of Anti-Social Behaviour Awareness Week.


Fri 22 Jul - Sat 23 Jul 2022




Free movie tickets as a part of Anti-Social Behaviour Awareness Week provided by Gravesham Community Safety Partnership, Gravesham Borough Council and The Woodville.

County Lines is a short drama in which a teenage boy recruited by drug dealers finds himself in a succession of dangerous situations.

Gravesham Community Safety Partnership would like to invite you to a free screening of the movie, 'County Lines'.  Enter a world of county lines, where children, youth and vulnerable people are coerced by gangs to move illegal drugs across county boundaries and where family everyday life rapidly changes, often without warning and for many, irreversibly.  Help raise awareness and see the signs.

St. Giles Trust has been at the forefront of helping young people trapped in county line exploitation for nearly 10 years. Last year (March 2020-April 2021), they helped 607 children and young people out of county lines across the UK. With their dedicated teams in London, Kent and many more across England and Wales, they carry out preventative work as well as raising awareness campaigns how to stay safe. To keep them going, please donate:!/

Run time: 1hr, 30mins
Genre: Drama