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The British Heart Foundation, which organises No Smoking Day, has awarded the Kick Ash mentors first prize in the Best Education Setting category in the No Smoking Day Organisers of the Year awards.
The Kick Ash mentors were presented with the award for their contribution towards this year’s No Smoking Day campaign. The mentors ran a promotional stand in their school over two days inspiring other students within the college to sign a pledge saying that they are proud to be smoke-free. They were also offering advice and support to those who already smoke on how best to stop smoking and referring people to CAMQUIT, Cambridgeshire’s local stop smoking service.
Mrs Michelle Priest, Head of Year 10 at Cromwell Community College added: “We’re very proud of our students. They volunteer their time willingly because they are dedicated young people who want to help others.”