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Town’s drink driving cases revealed

MORE than 60 people were killed or injured in drink driving incidents in the town over a three-year period, shock new figures have revealed. Statistics from the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities show a total of 61 people were killed or injured in a crash in Barnsley where there was a filed breathalyser test - or the driver refused to take one - between 2018 and 2020.

barnsleychronicle.com ,  13 hours ago 0
Town’s drink driving cases revealed

Tragic number of deaths and injuries in drink-drive incidents across Lancashire

More than 400 people have been killed or injured in drink-drive incidents in Lancashire since 2018. Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) figures show that between 2018 and 2020, 412 people were killed or injured in a crash in Lancashire where there was a failed breathalyser test, or the driver refused to take one.

lancashiretelegraph.co.uk ,  18 hours ago 1
Tragic number of deaths and injuries in drink-drive incidents across Lancashire

Dozens of drink-drive casualties reported in Portsmouth and hundreds in Hampshire over three years as police launch campaign to stamp out incidents

DOZENS of people were killed or injured in drink driving incidents in Portsmouth over just three years Office for Health Improvement and Disparities figures show 60 people were killed or injured in a crash in Portsmouth where there was a failed breathalyser test, or the driver refused to take one.

portsmouth.co.uk ,  4 days ago 4
Dozens of drink-drive casualties reported in Portsmouth and hundreds in Hampshire over three years as police launch campaign to stamp out incidents

Nearly 20 fall victim to drink driving

Almost 20 people were killed or injured in drink driving incidents in Hartlepool over just three years, new figures show. Office for Health Improvement and Disparities figures show 18 people were killed or injured in a crash in the area where there was a failed breathalyser test, or the driver refused to take one, between 2018 and 2020.

hartlepoolmail.co.uk ,  4 days ago 5
Nearly 20 fall victim to drink driving

More than 250 people killed or injured in Nottinghamshire drink-driving incidents in last three years

The number of people killed or injured in drink-driving incidents in Nottinghamshire in the last three years has fallen – but was still above 250, new figures show. The Campaign Against Drink Driving said the more than 14,000 casualties across the country shows there are ‘many people who need to be educated about the perils of drink and drug driving’.

hucknalldispatch.co.uk ,  4 days ago 1
More than 250 people killed or injured in Nottinghamshire drink-driving incidents in last three years

Hundreds of people killed or injured in drink driving incidents across region over just three years

Hundreds of people were killed or injured in drink driving incidents in Staffordshire and the Black Country over just three years, new figures show. Office for Health Improvement and Disparities figures show 53 people were killed or injured in a crash in Walsall where there was a failed breathalyser test, or the driver refused to take one, between 2018 and 2020.

expressandstar.com ,  4 days ago 7
Hundreds of people killed or injured in drink driving incidents across region over just three years

Drink driving in Oldham killed or injured dozens of people

New stats show that while drink driving-related deaths and casualties marginally declined in the pandemic, dozens of people in Oldham were still affected by the offence. Statistics by the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities reveal 24 people were killed or injured in a crash in Oldham where a drink driver was involved between 2018 and 2020.

theoldhamtimes.co.uk ,  5 days ago 9
Drink driving in Oldham killed or injured dozens of people

Drink-driving casualties in south east London

Dozens of people were killed or injured after drink driving incidents in the south east London boroughs over just three years, new figures show. The Campaign Against Drink Driving said the more than 14,000 casualties across the country shows there are "many people who need to be educated about the perils of drink and drug driving".

newsshopper.co.uk ,  6 days ago 21
Drink-driving casualties in south east London

Dozens injured or killed in drink driving crashes in Brighton and Hove

Dozens of people were injured or killed in drink driving crashes in Brighton and Hove over the latest three-year period, according to new government figures. From 2018 to 2020, some 58 people were killed or injured in a crash in Brighton and Hove where a failed breathalyser test was failed or the driver refused to take one.

brightonandhovenews.org ,  6 days ago 4
Dozens injured or killed in drink driving crashes in Brighton and Hove

Drink driving figures reveal more than 100 killed or injured in county in past three years

Dozens of people were killed or injured in drink driving incidents in the county over just three years, new figures show. The Campaign Against Drink Driving said the more than 14,000 casualties across the country shows there are "many people who need to be educated about the perils of drink and drug driving".

shropshirestar.com ,  8 days ago 1
Drink driving figures reveal more than 100 killed or injured in county in past three years

Parents urged to help their kids get active over the summer holidays with the 10 Minute Shake Up

Disney-inspired campaign relaunches to help kids get one hour of physical activity everyday over the summer holidays. Parents of primary school children across England are being encouraged to get their kids active over the summer holidays, as the government relaunches its 10 Minute Shake Up campaign. The campaign – delivered by the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) and supported by Disney ­– returns in full for the first time in three years after it was paused in the first year of the pandemic and only partially returned last year.

rugbyobserver.co.uk ,  1 month ago 0
Parents urged to help their kids get active over the summer holidays with the 10 Minute Shake Up

£4m cash boost to help people in Rotherham with drug and alcohol issues

Rotherham Council has accepted a £4m cash boost to fund a three-year programme to help those who experience substance misuse in the borough. Rotherham is one of 50 areas which has been selected to receive the funding, from the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID).

sheffieldtelegraph.co.uk ,  1 month ago 4
£4m cash boost to help people in Rotherham with drug and alcohol issues

Shock as figures reveal North East Lincolnshire is the fourth most obese area in England

More than one in three adults in North East Lincolnshire are classed as obese People in North East Lincolnshire are among the most likely in the country to be seriously overweight – with more than one in three adults classed as obese. An estimated 36.1% of people aged 18 and over were obese in the year to November 2021, according to new Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) figures.

grimsbytelegraph.co.uk ,  1 month ago 22
Shock as figures reveal North East Lincolnshire is the fourth most obese area in England

How many people are battling obesity in each area of Lancashire

The obesity levels are based on Sport England's Active Lives survey People in Blackpool are among the most likely in England to be seriously overweight – with more than one in three adults classed as obese. An estimated 37.2% of people aged 18 and over were obese in the year to November 2021, according to new Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) figures.

lancs.live ,  1 month ago 4
How many people are battling obesity in each area of Lancashire

The Staffordshire town with an obesity problem among the worst in the UK

Calls are being made for urgent action to solve the problem People in parts of Staffordshire are among the most likely in the country to be seriously overweight – with more than one in three adults classed as obese. New figures have been released by Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) have revealed the obesity levels for each of the Staffordshire boroughs.

staffordshire-live.co.uk ,  1 month ago 18
The Staffordshire town with an obesity problem among the worst in the UK

Worrying new study claims 1 in 3 adults in Nottinghamshire are obese

Ashfield is the worst-affected district People in part of Nottinghamshire are among the most likely in the country to be seriously overweight – with one in three adults classed as obese. Ashfield is the worst-affected area in the county for obesity levels - with 33.2% of people aged 18 and over said to be obese in the year from November 2021, according to new Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) figures.

nottinghampost.com ,  1 month ago 1
Worrying new study claims 1 in 3 adults in Nottinghamshire are obese

People in part of Gloucestershire are among the most likely in the country to be seriously overweight

More than one of three adults are classed as obese People in part of Gloucestershire are among the most likely in the country to be seriously overweight – with more than one in three adults classed as obese. An estimated 33.5 per cent of people aged 18 and over in the Forest of Dean were obese in the year to November 2021, according to new Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) figures.

gloucestershirelive.co.uk ,  1 month ago 15
People in part of Gloucestershire are among the most likely in the country to be seriously overweight

Council commit to Smokefree county by 2030 with Nottinghamshire smoking rates above national average

An independent national review into tobacco control policies has outlined recommendations to reduce rates of smoking which could help England become smokefree by 2030. Smoking remains the single biggest preventable cause of death and illness in England, with an estimated 1,124 people in Nottinghamshire dying as a result each year.

newarkadvertiser.co.uk ,  1 month ago 1
Council commit to Smokefree county by 2030 with Nottinghamshire smoking rates above national average

Life expectancy variation in Northumberland

LIFE expectancy for the most deprived men in Northumberland is more than nine and a half years lower than the most well-off in the area, figures show. Data from the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities shows that across 2020 and 2021, the average life expectancy for men in Northumberland stood at 78.9 years.

hexham-courant.co.uk ,  1 month ago 1
Life expectancy variation in Northumberland

Rotherham Council to receive £4m grant to fund drug and alcohol services

Rotherham is in line to receive £4m to fund a three-year programme to help those who experience substance misuse in the borough. Rotherham is one of 50 areas which has been selected to receive the funding, from the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID). The cash will be used to fund inpatient places to detoxify from alcohol or drugs; optimise access to treatment for individuals referred from custody suites, courts and prisons; to reduce case load sizes; to extend capacity for mental health screening; and additional services for parents who are experiencing substances misuse.

sheffieldtelegraph.co.uk ,  1 month ago 6
Rotherham Council to receive £4m grant to fund drug and alcohol services