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Kick Ash mentors from Cambridgeshire schools are hoping to draw a big crowd with their art exhibition at Central Library to coincide with National No Smoking Day.
The public exhibition has been especially created by the mentors to celebrate the National Campaign, No Smoking Day and to show their pride in being smoke free. The exhibition opended on the 8th March and mentors who contributed to creating the artwork were joined by Simon How from Public Health England, Councillor Jenkins and Councillor Orgee.
Students who have taken their inspiration from graffiti artwork have been working closely with professional Artist James Mayle and have designed their own stop smoking messages. They also hope it will inspire smokers to consider the dangers of smoking, think twice about lighting up and to ultimately quit. The artwork will be on display in Central Library, Cambridge from 8th to the 12th March to coincide with National No Smoking Day (8 March).