Pinderfields Hospital smokers facing a backlash

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SMOKERS who break hospital rules by sparking up outside the entrance to Pinderfields are facing a public backlash.

The hospital has a smoke-free policy, but people can been seen lighting up daily outside the main entrance - some in surgical gowns and even in wheelchairs or connected to a drip.

But a survey by health bosses has found that 99 per cent of staff, visitors and patients want the entrance to be free from smoking.


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