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Attleborough girl plays her part in Norfolk town’s ‘smoke-free’ bid




Castle Play Area, Thetford. Front: Freya Gallant with the sign she designed; back L-R: Cllr Gordon Bambridge, Cllr Terry Jermy, 'Big Cig', Craig Fowler, Breckland Council Food, Health and Safety Manager Castle Play Area, Thetford. Front: Freya Gallant with the sign she designed; back L-R: Cllr Gordon Bambridge, Cllr Terry Jermy, 'Big Cig', Craig Fowler, Breckland Council Food, Health and Safety Manager ANL-161208-154725001
Castle Play Area, Thetford. Front: Freya Gallant with the sign she designed; back L-R: Cllr Gordon Bambridge, Cllr Terry Jermy, 'Big Cig', Craig Fowler, Breckland Council Food, Health and Safety Manager Castle Play Area, Thetford. Front: Freya Gallant with the sign she designed; back L-R: Cllr Gordon Bambridge, Cllr Terry Jermy, 'Big Cig', Craig Fowler, Breckland Council Food, Health and Safety Manager ANL-161208-154725001

An eight-year-old competition winner from Attleborough has helped put up a town’s first ‘voluntary smoke-free zone’ sign.

Freya Gallant won the Breckland District Council ‘public play areas’ category to encourage the introduction of smoke-free zones used by children.

Freya designed the new sign, which has been installed at the Castle Play Area in Thetford.

‘Smoke-free’ signs will now be placed in the town’s 13 public play areas.



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