Branded cigarettes and packs of ten will no longer be on sale from this weekend as new laws controlling the look and size of tobacco products are fully enforced.
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New laws to protect children and young people from the harms of tobacco have been hailed as a major public health achievement by tobacco control campaign group ASH Wales.
Proposals by a leading health organisation calling for new social housing tenants to sign an agreement not to light up inside their home have been backed by tobacco control campaign group ASH Wales.
There will be no smoking at this summer’s Urdd National Eisteddfod in support of a campaign to make Wales smokefree.
Today (Sunday 2nd April) marks 10 years since the ground-breaking legislation banning smoking in enclosed public places came into force across Wales
Garth Primary School will officially launch the initiative today (Tuesday 14th February), with all primary schools across the county following suit.
Wales’s leading tobacco control action group, ASH Wales, welcomes new research into the prevalence and frequency of e-cigarette use among young people in Wales.
ASH Wales Cymru today welcomes the findings of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health’s (RCPCH) ‘State of Child Health – Wales’ report and backs their calls for more smokefree spaces for young people.
Cigarette packs designed with the world’s ugliest colour and graphic pictures have started to appear on the shelves of shops across the UK, eight months after the new regulations were passed.