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The Smoking Shed

Fri Apr 06, 2007 2:00 am

The ban on smoking in public places in the UK will come into force on July 1, when traditional pubs and bars will stub out smoking indoors. So one businessman has come up with an idea!
Dubbed the Smoke Inn, the steel shelter has been developed by businessman David Dixon, who runs Newcastle gas company, Dixon's of Westerhope. It includes a chimney for ventilation and room for up to 10 people to puff away comfortably inside.

Good idea? Or will you just veto the pub altogether and stay at home?
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RE: The Smoking Shed

Fri Apr 06, 2007 2:28 am

I don't know about the U.K. but in Ohio that thing would be considered an in-closed structure and thus no smoking allowed inside it.
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