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Quit Smoking At ASDA Small Heath

With the smoking ban coming into force in the summer next year, ASDA has launched a 'Quit Smoking Clinic' at its Small Heath store.

Customers will be encouraged to attend a weekly 'Quit Smoking Clinic' held at the ASDA supermarket on Coventry Road.

The clinics are run in conjunction with Eastern Birmingham Primary Care Trust whose aim is to give customers tailored advice from the team of NHS professionals on how to successfully work on giving up for good.

The 'Quit Smoking Clinics' are free to customers and will be held in store on Saturdays from the 25th February for a period of ten weeks.

Store manager Jane Smaldon said, "We hope that our clinics will get Small Heath breathing easier and we will offer our customers as much support as we can. Here at ASDA we feel that with will-power and support we will have our shoppers quitting cigarettes for good"

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Contact the ASDA Press office for more information contact
Kath Brady Event Coordinator (0121) 766 7374

Posted in Press Centre on 16 February 2006