Cigarette butts remain the number one most littered item in Wales, a Keep Wales Tidy report has found.
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One of Swansea’s most visited coastal bays has become Wales’ third smokefree beach. Langland Bay, a Blue Flag and Seaside Awards-winning site, will be the second beach in Swansea to have a voluntary smoking ban in place.
Ospreys in the Community have become the first team in Wales to throw their weight behind a national smokefree sports campaign.
New statistics, released by Welsh Government, show the number of smokers in Wales has failed to decrease with a fifth of all adults still smoking.
Sniffer dogs and Trading Standards officers will be on the streets of Port Talbot asking the public to tell them what they know about the sale of illegal tobacco in their communities.
Wales is set to be the first country in the UK to extend its smoking ban to outdoor areas, with smoke-free areas expected to be in place in hospital grounds, school grounds and playgrounds by summer 2019.
Smokers celebrating Ramadan are being encouraged to get support and advice to quit smoking for the holy month which begins today (Tuesday 15th May).
GPs and practice staff across City and Bay Health in Swansea are taking part in a new pilot project offering free breath tests and support for smokers to help them quit.
Tobacco control charity Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) Wales is supporting a submission to the UK Government warning that smoking on TV and in films encourages children to take up smoking.