Scotland’s Charter chalks up a century! Reply

What if thousands of nurseries, schools, colleges, youth groups, family attractions, charities, sports clubs, restaurants, cafes, pubs, corner shops – you name it – all over Scotland made a conscious contribution to making Scotland tobacco-free? More…

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Scotland’s pre-schoolers to celebrate their 21st birthdays free from tobacco Reply

ASH Scotland Development Officer Connie Bennett blogs about strategies for making Scotland tobacco-free for the next generation.

Scotland’s nursery schools and early years establishments will be well versed in the principles of GIRFEC, helping to keep children safe, healthy, respected and nurtured. They might be less well acquainted with Creating a Tobacco-free Generation – the Scottish Government’s Tobacco Control Strategy. More…

Tobacco-free Generation. Online tobacco prevention information and resources for youth workers Reply

Tobacco-free Generation is a web resource page designed to provide youth groups and youth workers with the information, resources and support that they need to develop and deliver well-informed and effective tobacco prevention activities with the young people that they support. More…

Grampian secondary school leads the way to a Tobacco-free Generation Reply

ASH Scotland is calling for the next Scottish Government to abide by the principles of Scotland’s Charter for a Tobacco-free Generation; to help the next generation grow up free from tobacco. Many organisations have already signed up to the Charter and have pledged to play their role in creating a tobacco-free generation. Staff and pupils at Bucksburn Academy campus were proud to endorse Scotland’s Charter for a Tobacco-free Generation – the first school in Grampian to do so. More…