No Smoking Day – 11th March 2020

Wednesday the 11th March sees the 36th annual No Smoking Day, encouraging smokers to ditch the cigarettes and improve their health.

What is No Smoking Day?

No Smoking Day is an annual health awareness campaign, started in 1984 and organised by the British Heart Foundation. It takes place across the UK each year on the second Wednesday in March. The campaign promotes the benefits of giving up cigarettes and offers help to those who wish to give up.

How Can It Help Me Quit?

On no smoking day, many of the UK’s top health bodies promote services that are available to smokers to help them quit. The publicity includes success stories from those who’ve given up smoking and facts and figures on how quitting can benefit your health. You will also find information on the different methods available to help you quit, and guidance on how to access stop smoking services.

Visit the Official No Smoking Day site >

Making The Switch To E-Cigarettes

Have you decided to take part in No Smoking Day and are thinking about trying electronic cigarettes? Our Beginners Guide to Vaping is a great place to get started. This guide walks you through three simple steps to getting started with e-cigarettes. You may then also want to refer to our guide to Choosing a Vape Kit to help you find a device that will best suit you.

We are always happy to help, so if you are wanting to make the switch to vaping and need some extra guidance, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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