Students in the Isle of Man are being reminded of the support available if they have concerns over drug and alcohol related issues.
At the same time, several youngsters who contributed to the success of a drug and alcohol roadshow have been recognised, at QE II High School in Peel.
Those who helped with the running of the event, in October, received certificates from Bill Malarkey, MHK.
Mr Malarkey is the member of the Department of Home Affairs with political responsibility for the chief minister's Drug and Alcohol Strategy.
(Picture: Mr Malarkey with some of the QE II students who received certificates. Similar presentations were made at the Isle of Man College).