Protecting children and young people from tobacco, including exposure to second-hand smoke, restricting access to tobacco and reducing the take-up and prevalence of smoking amongst young people and young adults.

Supporting local level delivery of comprehensive Tobacco Control programmes to reduce smoking-related health inequalities and smoking prevalence, in particular amongst the routine and manual populations, pregnant women and other priority groups, including through maximising impacts and health outcomes from Stop Smoking Services.

Tackling illicit tobacco for better health by delivering the objectives of the North of England Action Plan.

Regional, national and international advocacy activities for tobacco control.

Improve government policy and legislation around tobacco control;

We pledged to work together to eradicate tobacco related health inequalities as an urgent priority. We also pledged to work to break the cycle of children and young people's addiction and exposure to tobacco because every child and young person in the North West is entitled to a tobacco free future.