July 1st 2007: The Date England’s Health Started to Improve

Back in July 2007 the English government passed a new law which make it illegal for anyone to smoke in an enclosed public place and within the workplace. This ensured that everyone could use the train station, eat in a restaurant or shop without suffering the negative effects of second-hand smoke.

The aim of this website is to provide useful information on the legislation surrounding smoking tobacco cigarettes and explains how individuals may help to keep England smoke free for everyone.

If a person is concerned about an individual or public place / workplace not adhering to the laws surrounding a smoke free England you may call 0800 587 1667.