Residents over 16 years old can get one-to-one support from Croydon Live Well advisers during a focused 12-week stop smoking programme.
Two men responsible for three shisha bars across Croydon have been fined thousands of pounds for illegally allowing people to smoke indoors.
The Stoptober campaign is back this October helping even more residents split up from their relationship with smoking.
The delegation from China was impressed by the council’s efforts to stamp out smoking, reduce air and noise pollution and tackle health inequalities.
Additional support is being offered throughout October to help smokers in Croydon kick the habit by taking part in Stoptober, the national 28-day stop smoking challenge.
Smokers in Croydon are being encouraged to sign up to Stoptober from Sunday 1 October and join the thousands across the country who are getting support to quit smoking for good.
The Public Health England campaign, now in […]
Middle-aged residents are being reminded of the health benefits of being more active, eating well, drinking less alcohol and quitting smoking – all to avoid future diseases caused by modern-day living.
One You, a recently launched government behaviour-change […]