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Buying or selling cheap illegal cigs might not seem like a big deal – but it’s bad news for our community.

The sale of illegal tobacco helps children in your local area to buy cigarettes and get hooked on smoking. It also helps to fund the local criminals who supply it.

  • It makes it easier for children to get hold of cigarettes and to start smoking; illegal tobacco dealers help children in your area to get hooked. Children are often aware who is selling it locally and at pocket money prices. Even if you don’t think local sellers are selling to kids, many are.
  • The illegal tobacco

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When you decide it's time to stop smoking, we will help you find the services and support that are right  for you

The OurGateshead logo

Following research with Newcastle University’s Open Lab Team with residents and community groups, we have redesigned OurGateshead to meet the needs of Gateshead reside

LET’S MAKE NEWCASTLE AND GATESHEAD THE BEST PLACE TO BE YOUNG

the4Cs currently works with refugees, asylum seekers and other ‘hard to reach’ communities in North East England and currently comprises of committ

Description: Special Olympics Gateshead is a sporting club and registered charity that provides weekly sports training in 9 sports to over 200 children and adults with disabilities across Tyne and
Description: Special Olympics Gateshead is a sporting club and registered charity that provides weekly sports training in 9 sports to over 200 children and adults with disabilities across Tyne & Wear
Description: Special Olympics, Gateshead is a sporting club and registered charity that provides weekly sports training in 9 sports to over 200 children and adults with disabilities across Tyne & Wear
Description: Special Olympics Gateshead is a sporting club and registered charity that provides weekly sports training to over 200 children and adults with learning disabilities across Tyne & Wear

The NHS advise that older people aged 65 and over are more vulnerable to the effects of cold weather, which can make some health issues worse that may lead to serious complications.