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A quick guide to the smokefree law

Read our quick guide to find out which places must now be smokefree and how the law is being enforced.
Read the quick guide
 

Business and employers

Virtually all enclosed public places and workplaces are now required to be smokefree at all times. This affects all businesses and includes some changes to your workplace. A wide range of resources and support are available to help businesses comply with the new smokefree law.
Find out more about how the law affects businesses and employers
 

Health and community

Smokefree workplaces and public places will bring the biggest improvement to public health for a generation, positively changing the way we live, work and socialise. How can you help make smokefree a success?
Find out more about how you can make smokefree a success
 

Individuals

What does smokefree legislation mean to me? Can I smoke in restaurants, while shopping or at the pub? Find out more about what a smokefree England means to you.
Learn more about how smokefree affects everyone
 

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