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“It also seems a lot quieter and more sedate.”Another beer garden smoker, customer Kevin Perry, 33, a chef from Kensington, says: “I actually think the ban is a good idea. I don’t think other people should have to put up with your smoke.”But I might have to go somewhere else if it starts to rain.”Richie Power, a 52 year old civil servant from Halewood, admits to having gone to the nearby Ye Hole In Ye Wall for a cigarette, but says: “I don’t mind the smoking ban really because I want to give up and this might help. And I think it’s inevitable that there will, sooner or later, be a total ban on smoking in pubs in this country.”But although I wouldn’t support anyone flouting a new law I loathe it when people smoke on buses and trains I wouldn’t, personally, be in favour of an outright ban.”Non smokers Terry and Jacqueline Siner, both child psychologists who live in the city, would love to see a blanket ban.”I think what Rigby’s is doing is absolutely wonderful,” says Terry, 63.”It’s a pleasure to be here tonight, because we know we won’t be going home with our clothes stinking of tobacco smoke.”I think the politicians are dragging their feet they should bring a ban in now, because surveys show that’s what the majority of people, smokers and non smokers, want.”And Jacqueline, 54, adds: “It’s much more pleasant being in a pub which is non smoking.”Fiona Watkin, who reckons about 40% of her clientele may be smokers, isn’t sure how the week will pan out, but says: “If it’s a success, I could certainly see my way to making one or two of our three rooms smoke free.”Non smoking barman Gerrard Madden, 45, who lives in the city centre, has worked in pubs for nearly 20 years, and says: “That’s my choice, but I would welcome efforts to minimise the levels of smoke although I wouldn’t be in favour, at least not initially, of a blanket ban.”Neither would customer (and smoker) Liz Bennett, 36, from Netherton.
Jacob Gossett: Both EPs were thought of as a collection of songs that were meant to go together. On the album, we’ll be doing some new things for sure. We have some new gear we’re experimenting with and it will be a little more uptempo. I got an email with how many countries it went number one it blew my mind. It a lot. And the tour could go really long.