ASH Wales will be supporting the Welsh Government with the quit smoking campaign that has prompted more quit attempts than any other. Stoptober was launched in 2012, and was the first mass quit attempt campaign of its kind
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Anglesey council will launch a visionary smokefree initiative today by banning smoking in playgrounds as well as in leisure centre grounds and outside primary and secondary schools.
Wrexham have taken the bold step of banning smoking in their playgrounds to protect children from the harm of second hand smoke and the perception that smoking is a harmless activity.
Elen de Lacy, Chief Executive of ASH Wales said: “We are extremely disappointed that the UK Government has lost this vital opportunity to end tobacco marketing aimed at our young people.
Cefn Glas Infants School celebrated their local playgrounds going smokefree today by bringing their teddies along to the park and having a sing-a-long.
The first Cut Films Awards in Wales took place in Ebbw Vale last night (Thursday June 6th) to celebrate the creativity of young people involved in tobacco control film-making.
Public health charity Action on Smoking and Health in Wales is calling for a ban on glossy tobacco marketing aimed at teenage girls.
“We are delighted that plans to dilute the smoking ban in Wales have been dropped by the Welsh Government. The smoking ban has always been about protecting public health and all workers in Wales have a right to be protected from the harm of second hand smoke, wherever they work."
‘All workers in Wales have the right to be protected from the harm of second hand smoke.’That was the key message delivered by ASH Wales in the Senedd today (January 22nd) as we gave evidence to two Assembly Committees deliberating the issue of whether to create an amendment to Wales’s flagship smoke-free premises legislation for the creative industries.