A campaign to remove super-strength alcohol from shops in Sudbury is due to be discussed tonight.
The campaign, which would see any beers, lagers or ciders that are more than 6.5 per cent strength in alcohol taken off the shelves, is expected to be introduced in the town soon.
Police have asked Sudbury Town Council for its thoughts on the scheme and members will discuss the campaign, which aims to help reduce anti-social behaviour and alcohol-related crime, at a meeting tonight.
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