Radio Interview

Radio Interview

This morning reporter Adam Phillips of 'Radio City' interviewed Lisa Williams, Service Manager with Roy Castle 'FagEnds', here at our offices in Wavertree, Liverpool.

Adam talked to Lisa about the decline in the number of teenage girls who smoke, following the introduction of the ban on smoking in public places ten years ago.

Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation played a very active role in ensuring that the ban was introduced, creating smoke-free environments in our workplaces and public buildings. It’s been a positive step – but did you know that lung cancer remains the biggest cancer killer of women in the UK? #WALC

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  • It's very interesting and important work the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation does. I didn't realise they were instrumental in bringing in the smoking ban. I remember Roy Castle on TV on record breakers.

    The non smoking in public places has radically changed a lot of attitudes to smoking in realistically a short space of time. 🚭

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