Smokers offered incentives to kick habit

Thursday 31 January 2013 Updated: 01/02 15:17

SMOKERS who want to kick the habit are being offered plenty of incentives at a series of new drop-in sessions.

They are being held at Warndon Community Centre and Tolly Community Centre every Monday from 11am to 2pm until May 14.

The free sessions are open to everyone and will offer help, support and treatment to people wanting to quit smoking for good.

Free food will also be served up and people who join the club and quit smoking for four weeks will be offered a free day trip.

Anyone who doesn’t smoke for 12 weeks will be given an additional reward while pregnant women who stub cigarettes out for good will get a free baby bumper pack, containing £25 worth of baby products.

No booking is needed and people can just turn up on the day.

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