A campaigner on a mission to teach young people about the dangers of drink driving is urging Enfield's businesses to support him.

Mike McAdam set up the Don’t Be That Someone campaign in Winchmore Hill six years ago to educate people aged between 14 and 18 about the dangers of drink driving.

The 27-year-old set up the project when he was learning to drive after realising there was little information available for young people about drink driving.

There is another poignant reason for Mr McAdam's campaign: an uncle was killed by a drink driver before he was born.

He is calling on businesses to donate raffle prizes to help pay for workshops in schools, colleges, cadet groups and youth clubs in Enfield.

A raffle will be held in Winchmore Hill, early in the New Year. The date and the venue for the raffle remain unconfirmed. For further information, click here.