More smoke-free zones could be rolled out across Derbyshire to help protect resident's health and support those who want to quit.
The County Council's plans includes creating smoke-free zones in places such as children's play areas, school gates, taxi ranks and bus stands.
Smoke-free spaces aim to improve people's health by reducing the impacts of second-hand smoking.
Families at the play park in Hall Leys park in Matlock gave their opinion on smoke-free zones.
Some of the benefits around smoke-free zones are:
- Reduce the uptake of smoking by children and young people
- Reduce the risk of exposure to second-hand smoke, particularly for children
- Reduce smoking-related litter, which is non-biodegradable as well as toxic to children, wildlife and the environment
- Reduce fire risk