Hospitals in North Wales are taking an artistic approach to educating patients, visitors and staff flouting the smoking ban.
Colourful graffiti art has been placed on pavements around hospital grounds encouraging smokers to quit during 2013.
There has been a decrease in smoking on Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board hospital grounds and outside entrances, but many are still ignoring signs and requests not to smoke.
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