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Stoptober, backed by Cancer Research UK (external link) and the British Heart Foundation (external link), is a 28-day quit attempt that runs each year from 1 October, aimed at encouraging the nation’s 8 million smokers to give up.

If you’re a Haringey resident, you can access personal support from One You Haringey (external link) on 020 8885 9095. The One You Stop Smoking Service team offers tailored 1-2-1 appointments as well as nicotine replacement therapy products (patches, gum and mouth spray).

Thousands of people will be quitting during Stoptober – if you’re a smoker thinking about quitting, this could be a great opportunity to make that change and improve your health and wealth.

To stay motivated through the full 28 days, why not also set up a JustGiving (external link) page to collect sponsorship to donate to a charity of your choice?

More resources

Visit the Stoptober website (external link) for more information on joining the challenge. Smokers interested in giving up can also ask their local pharmacist for a free support pack.

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Page last updated:

April 19, 2022

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