Publicans are to stage a protest march against Guernsey's smoking ban.
Publicans are calling for the ban to be shelved
Smoking in enclosed public spaces became illegal in the island at the start of July, following a decision by the States.
Landlords say the ban has resulted in a reduction in trade and increased the amount of litter on the streets.
Organisers of the 17 September march around St Peter Port said they were calling for a "total recall of the ban" by politicians.
Peter Leigh, landlord of the Hampshire Lodge Hotel, said: "We are totally against it and want it to be shelved."
Hundreds of people attended a march organised by publicans last year.
The march starts at 1000 BST at the Salerie Corner car park in St Peter Port and will be end with a rally with speakers.