Young people from across Wales will mark the 5th anniversary of the ban on smoking in enclosed premises by calling on every local authority in Wales to ban smoking in its playgrounds.
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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.
Nominations for the inaugural Excellence in Tobacco Control Awards for Wales are now being invited by public health charity ASH Wales.
Public health charity ASH Wales is celebrating the announcement that two members of staff have beaten off stiff competition to make it through to the final of this year’s Leading Wales Awards.
Smokers trying to quit smoking will now have access to a unique interactive online resource to help them make informed decisions about the best way to give up smoking based on their individual circumstances.
Two of Wales’s leading health charities have today announced a new partnership which will build on the innovative work that ASH Wales undertakes to tackle tobacco use amongst young people.
Tobacco smuggling constitutes a serious public health risk by undermining initiatives aimed at reducing tobacco consumption. Smuggled tobacco is most likely to be sold in deprived areas where rates of tobacco consumption are already creating significant ill health.