Have your say on smoke-free areas
People living and working in Hertfordshire are being invited to take part in a survey about whether enclosed public places such as restaurants, pubs, and shopping centres should become smoke-free.
The aim of Smoke Free East is to improve the health of people by reducing their exposure to tobacco in the following areas:
The survey runs until 20 June 2004. The organisers say every opinion counts and will inform local, regional, and national policy makers.
The survey takes only three minutes to complete and you do not have to submit your name or address.
Click here to take part in the Smoke Free East survey. You can discuss this issue in this site’s forum.
4 May 2004