Starting A UK Cannabis Club

Since the UKCSC’s inception in 2011 and thanks to continued campaign work there has been a huge surge in Cannabis Social Clubs set up by local activists that are willing to put the wheels in motion for a change of scene. This has made the UK a much friendlier place for patients that benefit from cannabis as well as recreational consumers that are both looking for better quality cannabis, a wider variety of strains to suit their needs, and a place to socialise or relax in. Cannabis Social Clubs in…

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Collectives & Cultivation

A Collective is the name given to a cannabis garden being grown for personal, medical or shared use. Collectives are grown by; the person that will be consuming it, for someone who needs it for a serious medical condition who is unable to grow their own because of health or living situation, or for a group of friends that trust someone to grow for them so they do not have to rely on street dealers, random hook ups or internet purchases that can leave consumers vulnerable to being over charged,…

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Joining A Local Club

What You Should Know Before Joining Cannabis Social Clubs are private entities that run on a nonprofit basis. You must be 18 or over to join. Photo ID is required to join a club and sometimes a utility bill for proof of address. Patients under this age may join with a parent and must have a letter of medical diagnosis. CSC’s exist to help create a safe setting for cannabis consumers to socialise in and keep cannabis activity out of the sight of children and off the streets. A club…

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UK Law & Cannabis

Duty Of The Police – “I’m just doing my job” A majority of police forces in the UK maintain the Government policy of outright prohibition of cannabis and exercise the Misuse of Drugs Act when a cannabis offence takes place in their jurisdiction. Until such a time comes where legislation changes, cannabis consumers continue to be at risk. A police officer is not permitted to allow personal feelings towards a law to interfere with their ability to carry out their duty towards the law. Arguing with the police over cannabis…

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