New advert tells people of Sheffield “smoking doesn’t care about you
Published at 07 January, 2020.
Following a significant 4.5% decline in the number of smokers in Sheffield in 2017/2018, Smokefree Sheffield is pushing on with their ambition this New Year with a new advert in a bid to encourage more smokers to quit this January.
COPD sufferer declares ‘Let’s get Sheffield smokefree’ this World COPD Day
Published at 20 November, 2019.
November 20th 2019 marks World COPD Day, and ex-smoker Geoff Bunting, 61 from Norwood who is living with COPD, is calling for all Sheffield smokers to take the first step to quitting with the help of Smokefree Sheffield.
COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) is a progressive lung condition with no cure, which affects around 1.2 million people in the UK with millions of people going undiagnosed.
You Quit Your Way!
Published at 23 September, 2019.
Over 1100 people successfully stopped smoking in Sheffield in 2018/19, so why not join in with their success and become smoke-free too!
Stoptober is almost here - are you ready?
Published at 19 September, 2019.
Since Stoptober began 6 years ago, over 1.9 million people have used the month to quit for good – do you want to join them? With October creeping closer and closer, it’s time to get ready!
Stop Smoking Success in Sheffield
Published at 08 August, 2019.
Over 1,100 people successfully stopped smoking in Sheffield in 2018/19. Why not join in with their success and become smokefree too!
Don't let smoking take your breath away!
Published at 29 May, 2019.
Friday 31st May is World No Tobacco Day and this year we're focussing on the multiple ways that tobacco smoke affects people's lungs around the world.
Quit smoking for Dementia Awareness Week 2019!
Published at 24 May, 2019.
Research shows that smoking can increase your risk of dementia, but stopping smoking is thought to reduce your risk down to the level of non-smokers.
Mental Health Awareness Week - Smoking and Stress
Published at 14 May, 2019.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week and we're raising the awareness of how smoking effects a variety of mental health conditions, including stress.