A new scheme's been launched to limit the sale of super-strength alcohol in Northampton town centre.
Off-licences who sign up to the so-called 'Super-Strength Campaign' will stop selling drinks like white cider which is often cheaper than a soft drink.
Retailers hope the initiative will reduce anti-social behaviour and provide a safer environment for customers.
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