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Stop smoking with Havering Council - starting with free information session on Wednesday

11:13 09 January 2014

Havering Council’s New Year’s resolution is to help you stop smoking.

If you’re interested in what they can do for you, pop down to a stop smoking information session at Havering Adult College’s Bower Park Centre on Wednesday.

They run from 11am until 2pm, and from 6.30pm until 9pm.

Smokers can pop in either from 11am to 2pm or 6.30pm to 9pm to get advice and information about quitting. The first session will include information about free home fire alarm checks from the fire brigade, oral health and cancer awareness.

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