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Smokefree gates is a scheme which involves schools, early years and private, voluntary and independent settings (PVIs) to adopt and implement a smokefree gates policy.

Smokefree gates aims to de-normalise smoking for children and young people by parents and carers not smoking in the vicinity of the entrance gates.

Did you know that 85% of people agree and strongly agree that smoking outdoor in front of children and young people sets a bad example.
Smokefree gates is part of a wider movement to increase the amount of smokefree spaces across Tameside.

Let’s make smoking history for children and young people!
Get in touch with Victoria Hamlett or Charlotte Lee at Population Health, Tameside Council for more information about our Smokefree gates scheme and how to get involved. Or download our toolkit, to help you get started.
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