Clear the air show

PUBLISHED: 05:56 18 January 2007 | UPDATED: 10:06 31 May 2010

From left, Trevor Oliver, owner of The Cricketers pub at Clavering with Sir Alan Haselhurst, Lisa Lipscombe, UDC Health Promotion Officer and Ray Lockett

From left, Trevor Oliver, owner of The Cricketers pub at Clavering with Sir Alan Haselhurst, Lisa Lipscombe, UDC Health Promotion Officer and Ray Lockett

SMOKY workplaces will be a thing of the past from July and businesses can get advice on making the change at the forthcoming Clear the Air conference. The conference, being held on March 13, is a joint project between Uttlesford District Council (UDC) and

SMOKY workplaces will be a thing of the past from July and businesses can get advice on making the change at the forthcoming Clear the Air conference.

The conference, being held on March 13, is a joint project between Uttlesford District Council (UDC) and the West Essex Primary Care Trust (PCT).

It will give firm owners the chance to prepare for the Health Act 2006, which will ban smoking in public places.

Speakers will include Ray Lockett from the West Essex PCT's stop smoking service and Trevor Oliver, whose pub in Clavering, The Cricketers, became one of the first in the district to ban smoking.

To register for a place at the show, call UDC health promotion officer Lisa Lipscombe on 01799 510 624 or e-mail her at llipscombe@uttlesford.gov.uk


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