On Thursday 21 May, the Luke & Marcus Trust attended St John Fisher Secondary School in Dewsbury and spoke to year 9 students, as usual we told a bit about our stories and how our children sadly died as a result of drugs. We tried to explain to the students not only the impact taking drugs has on the young person themselves, but also the impact it has on the rest of the family and of the devastation it causes, especially if the result leads to addiction problems and ultimately how this can end in the death of the addict. As usual the students listened and appeared to take on board what we were trying to tell them, it was especially worthwhile when at the end of our talk we invited any questions: this can be a tricky time as it takes a lot of courage for a young person to speak out, especially in front of their peers and teachers. However, once one child spoke up it then the floodgates opened, we were inundated with questions and were only too happy to try and discuss the various issues which had arisen. If we can help one or two young people then it makes these visits to the schools worthwhile.