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Visit to smoke-free Bristol square

Two city squares in Bristol have become Britain's first major public outdoor spaces to go smoke-free after a voluntary pilot launched.

The initiative came into effect in Millennium Square and Anchor Square on Bristol's Harbourside.

Smokefree South West, which initiated the voluntary pilot, expects the scheme to police itself. Their representative Kate Knight told the BBC's Jon Kay that she hoped it could also be expanded to other cities.

  • 02 Feb 2015
  • From the section UK
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