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Smoking shelter may be brought to Lynn hospital

14th September 2011 | No Smoking Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens

Smoking shelters may be fitted at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital, which may be considered by other companies that want to boost the effectiveness of their no smoking signs.

The hospital foundation trust contemplated the decision after smokers were seen congregating outside the main entrance, which cannot legally be stopped, according to Lynn News.

Kate Gordon, chairman of the hospital foundation trust's board, is reported as saying: "Our difficulty is that it’s a no smoking area but how do you enforce it? There are some very determined people out there."

Trust members have voiced that the image of people smoking outside the main hospital entrance created a "poor image", especially when they were standing close to no smoking signs.

It comes after the Hertfordshire Mercury reported that a new sign may be installed to promote Buntingford's Monday market.

The promotional sign will be introduced if the town's chamber of commerce provides the necessary money.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800728361-ADNFCR


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