Concern at children's drinking habits in Wales
Children as young as four have been treated in accident and emergency departments in Wales for the effects of alcohol, research shows.
Figures obtained by BBC Wales suggest at least 1,200 children attend casualty each year because of drink and drugs.
Children under 12 are among cases of alcohol and drug poisoning.
BBC Wales spoke to a group of 16-year-olds on the outskirts of Swansea about their drinking habits. Their voices have been disguised to protect their identity.
Michael McCabe, a consultant in accident and emergency at Morriston Hospital, Swansea, and Dr Tina Alwyn, a psychologist at Uwic in Cardiff, who specialises in addiction, both express concern that alcohol is too cheap.