Licenced premises across Condobolin are now part of the Community Drug Action Team’s (CDAT) What’s your Plan? – It’s only a 10 minute walk’ project. Staff now wear shirts bearing the project slogan. Full story on Page 10. ABOVE: Western Plains Regional Development's Senior Project Officer Heather Blackley (far right) with Condobolin Sports Club's David Waller and Manager Michael Waller. Image Contributed.

The Community Drug Action Team (CDAT) launch of ‘What’s your Plan? – It’s only a 10 minute walk’ took place in Condobolin on Friday, 27 November.

The theme for the project is ‘Live Longer in Lachlan – Don’t drink and drive’.

Western Plains Regional Development’s Senior Project Officer Heather Blackley delivered t-shirts bearing the initative’s slogan to all licensed premises across Condobolin.
Over 60 t-shirts will now be worn by staff who work at a licenced premises in town.

Mrs Blackley urged community members to take a moment to think before getting in a car after a big night out.

“You have to have a plan if you are going out on the town for the night – You need to organise a designated driver or take a taxi home. We need people to think about making a Plan B,” she explained.

The project is funded by the Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF).

By Melissa Blewitt.