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    I want to have a party for my 17th birthday and obviously there will be alcohol but its hard to find a venue that allows under 18s? Any suggestion?
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    Your house. What professional venue is going to allow blatant underage drinking? Either your house or find a nice park to sneak into.
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    (Original post by NextDoctor2017)
    Your house. What professional venue is going to allow blatant underage drinking? Either your house or find a nice park to sneak into.
    100%. No venue will allow a 17th birthday party, my previous workplace didn't even allow 18th's because of the havoc they usually caused.
 
 
 
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