Islington anti-smoking charity scoops award

PUBLISHED: 17:27 23 May 2015

The Islington-based Deborah Hutton Campaign has scooped an award

The Islington-based Deborah Hutton Campaign has scooped an award


Campaign - named after Vogue health editor Deborah Hutton - takes gong

An anti-smoking charity has won an award for their work stopping youngsters picking up the habit.

Cut Films, part of the Deborah Hutton Campaign - named after the Vogue health editor and Islington resident - has won a GSK Impact gong for helping to prevent young people getting into tobacco.

Emma Wrafter, director of charity, based in Barnsbury Square, said: “We are so incredibly proud to receive a GSK Impact Award for our early intervention work with young people. Deborah Hutton’s spirit and legacy lives on through this vital work.”

The GSK Impact Awards are designed to recognise the work of health and well-being charities.

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