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Manchester Stop Smoking Service

Manchester Stop Smoking Service provides free NHS support to help you quit smoking. Support is available from trained professional advisor at a number of venues across the city including pharmacies, GP practices, community centres, local markets etc. The service is open to anyone who lives or works in Manchester.

This website will provide information and resources to help you quit smoking and remain smokefree. If you need more information or help to quit, call Manchester Stop Smoking Service on .

Alternatively click here to complete the online enquiry to request further information through the post or for a trained professional advisor to give you a call. Click here for more information about us.

Last Updated 09-12-13
New drop in support to quit smoking and save cash!
Manchester Stop Smoking Service has a new drop-in clinic providing support to help you quit smoking and save money. The drop in is open every Wednesday 11am-2pm in the Rates Hall, Manchester Town Hall Extension M60 2LA. An NHS advisor will be on hand providing one to one support and free or subsidised Nicotine Replace Therapy (NRT) to help you go smokefree. Take the next step to wealth, health and a longer life. For more information tel: .

For a list of community drop-in clinics across the city click here.
Last Updated 14-04-14
Wythenshawe Community Housing Group
Community Participation Art Project for Wythenshawe Hospital Maternity Department
Invitation to Artists

The project group, a partnership between Wythenshawe Community Housing Group, University Hospital of South Manchester and Manchester Public Health Development Service – part of Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust - invites proposals to develop and deliver a smokefree pregnancy themed public art project. The successful supplier will work with a small group of pregnant women, and perhaps their partners and members of maternity staff and the project group, to create a permanent artwork to be situated outside the maternity department at UHSM, and a photographic record of development and production of the artwork for display inside the maternity department.

The artists have now been selected and the workshops. For pregnant women who would like to take part in the workshops please contact us on the number at the top of the page.

Last Updated 28-02-14
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Recent News
New Smokefree Health Harms campaign
Updated - 06/01/14
Public Health England’s new campaign is raising awareness of the harm smoking does to your body. The hard hitting new advertising shows the damaging effect that toxins from smoking have on the blood, lungs, heart and brain.

Smokefree Cars campaign launched across Greater Manchester
Updated - 19/12/13
A new campaign has been launched to encourage people to keep their cars Smokefree to protect children and young people from breathing in the harmful effects of secondhand smoke.