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The second awards for 'Excellence in Tobacco Control' were held at the Wales Millenium Centre in Cardiff Bay on November 28th to recognise the work going on in communities across Wales to reduce smoking prevalence.

Caerphilly Council banned smoking in almost 100 play areas across the county after a campaign by the local Youth Forum. Local schoolchildren entered a competition to design the signs to help enforce it and the winning entry was unveiled on July 17th!

Elen de Lacy, the Chief Executive of ASH Wales, was invited to be on the judging panel for the national Cut Films competition. Cut Films is a UK-wide competition which gives young people the opportunity to make a 2 minute short film on why their friends shouldn't smoke.

An animation created and designed by children from Millbank Primary School to encourage smokefree homes was one of the winning entries for the Excellence in Tobacco Control Awards for Wales which took place in Cardiff yesterday.