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Campaigns

Alcohol Awareness Week

Audience: Families

Area: Lancashire/National

Description: Alcohol Awareness Week 2017 - ‘Alcohol and Families’ – 13-19 November 2017


NHS health check

Audience: 40 - 74 year olds

Area: Lancashire

Description: Encouraging take up of health checks.


Breastfeeding challenge

Audience: New mums

Area: Lancashire

Description: Encouraging mums to breastfeed for longer.


Quit for You Quit for Two

Audience: pregnant women aged 16-25

Area: Lancashire and Blackburn with Darwen

Description: The campaign encourages the use of Stop Smoking Services by reassuring women that this is a friendly service that offers help in a way that is best for them - whether this is as part of a group session or a one-to-one chat.


E-cigs Law change campaign

Audience: Young people under the age of 18 (and their families)

Area: Lancashire

Description: Notifying young people under the age of 18 and their families about the e-cigs law change from 1 October 2015.


Shisha 'don't get hooked ' campaign

Audience: Young people aged 14-17 (and their families)

Area: Lancashire

Description: A campaign to educate young people about the dangers of smoking Shisha.


Dementia campaign

Audience: 55-75 year olds who have concerns about their memory (and their friends and families)

Area: Lancashire

Description: The campaign encourages people to get help sooner if they are worried about changes in their own or someone else's memory or behaviour.


Flooding Campaign

Audience: Lancashire residents

Area: Lancashire

Description: Following Lancashire's experience of significant flooding in late 2015, on Monday 3 October 2016, we launched a campaign to raise awareness of how people can be more prepared for flooding. Our campaign focuses on the fact that although flooding can never be totally prevented, if you are prepared, the impact to people and property can usually be reduced.


Change 4 Life 'Be Food Smart' campaign

Audience: Parents of primary school aged children (aged 4-11 years old) and schools

Area: Lancashire

Description: The campaign aims to reduce the number of children in Lancashire classed as overweight or obese on NCMP.