Leyland town cenre and Bamber Bridge have been put under the spotlight to tackle underage drinking.
Through a joint project involving South Ribble Borough Council, Lancashire Trading Standards and Lancashire Police. the Community Alcohol Network, carried out regular night-time patrols to seize alcohol from under-age drinkers.
Team of police and council officers spoke to around 940 children during the initiative, which ran between March and May 2012.
In total 72 litres of beer and cider and 21.5 litres of spirits, were confiscated from young people and a total of 11 underage children found with alcohol were either taken home or collected by their parents.
Councillor Phil Smith, South Ribble Borough Council cabinet member with responsibility for regeneration, leisure and healthy communities, said: “The Community Alcohol Network initiative was the first of its kind in South Ribble and aimed to crack down on alcohol misuse.
“We take the issue of underage drinking very seriously.”