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UK’s first home office licensed drug-testing unit to be launched in Bristol

The Loop and Bristol City Council will offer the new service once a month.

UK's first home office licensed drug-testing unit to be launched in Bristol

The first-ever Home Office licensed drug-checking service in the UK is opening in Bristol, offering drug testing and health advice services to residents, and will be run by drug harm-reduction organisation The Loop, alongside Bristol City Council.

Users can take their substances to be tested in complete confidentiality from May 28th onwards, visiting Bristol Drug Project across the last weekend of every month.

Additional hours and days will be added during times of local events and festivals where they may be an increase in drug use, including Bristol Pride and Love Saves The Day.

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