Chillin’ with Gary Youds – Inside the UK’s Cannabis Clubs

April 14, 2020

This week on Inside UK Cannabis Clubs we go to Liverpool and speak to Gary Youds at The Chillin’ Rooms.

Gary takes us on a tour of the once creative ‘melting pot’ venue and we talk about how cannabis regulation could bring back such vibrancy, not only here but across the whole United Kingdom.

As a cannabis activist, Gary Youds sees the cannabis industry not just as a way to waste time and smoke spliffs but a chance to reinvigorate the UK economy, creating real jobs and lasting opportunity for all strata of British society.

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Inside the UK’s Cannabis Clubs

We are diving into the world of UK cannabis clubs with our brand new docu-series – Inside UK Cannabis Clubs.

Each week we take a look at a different side of cannabis, talking to people from all walks of life with one thing in common – cannabis. We’ll see how each one brings their unique perspective to cannabis from a UK regulatory perspective to matters of the impact for economic change.

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