1610 leisure trust is helping smokers in Somerset to “ Take a Leap” to quit their smoking habit as part of National No Smoking Day on Wednesday 14 March. www.1610.org.uk
The leisure trust is organising a week-long series of free events at its leisure centres across the county to help smokers stub out their smoking habit once and for all.
It is hoped that up to a million smokers in the UK will embrace the campaign message organised by the British Heart Foundation to “Take a Leap” and quit smoking for good.
1610 has organised a series of free talks by trained NHS health counsellors to support and advise smokers about the difficult task of trying to give up smoking cigarettes and ways they can combat their dependency on nicotine.
Glastonbury Leisure Centre 12 March 12-3pm Cresta Leisure Centre Chard Wed 14 March 10am-12.00 West Somerset Sports and Leisure Centre Minehead Wed 14 March 2-4pm King Alfred Sports Centre Highbridge 16 March 10.00am Carbon Monoxide testing available
For more information about 1610 contact the Marketing Manager Rebecca Sawtell Tel 01823 410 227 or mobile 07808 767468 or visit www.1610.org.uk
1610 is a non-profit making leisure trust (formerly Somerset Leisure) which manages 17 leisure centres based on school sites across Somerset and Devon. 1610 aims to help people live fuller, richer lives through having an active body and an active mind.
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