Take our Poll | Contact Us | Join our mailing list | Advanced Search |

"The pursuit of truth shall set you free, even if you never catch up with it."
Clarence Darrow
"The law's implementation damages individuals... to a degree that far outweighs any harm that cannabis use may be doing to society."
The Runciman Report, 2000
"I started on glue and then went to lager and speed. I drifted into heroin because as a kid growing up everybody told me, 'don't smoke marijuana, it will kill you'."
Irvine Welsh

Our Approach

In time, we will be London's best cannabis cafe. First, we must change the law.

Britain wants, needs and deserves cannabis cafes, but regretfully, a lot of people fear them. This fear, generated by successive Governments - and others who should know better, means overt law-breaking will not be tolerated. A fact brave individuals in Stockport, Bournemouth and Worthing have learnt to their cost.

Politicians will not lead change until they believe it will win them more votes than they'll lose. The courage of their convictions is diluted by the fear of being labelled 'soft on drugs'. Moreover, without public support any gains made now could be undone by the election of a right-wing Government. It happened in Italy, Switzerland and Denmark. It nearly happened in Holland and it could easily happen here.

Therefore, our approach must be to change public attitudes. This is not as daunting a task as may first appear. All we need do is show our approach is the best way to reduce the harm drugs cause both individuals and society alike. And this site has been established to do exactly that.

Partly this comes through explaining more about cannabis cafes. Partly it comes through demystifying cannabis. We want you to get involved in the debate so we've got a whole area of the site dedicated to that. We also have a news service, updated daily with cannabis related stories from around the globe. You can discuss any issue relating to cannabis on our forums.

To keep up with our news, changes in policy, medical advancements, global changes and other developments please sign up for our monthly newsletter.

We hope you find the information here useful enough to act upon. The only reason the law remains the same is because not enough of us have demanded change.