Get a Life campaign stop smoking drive taken to Bath's buses
The battle to get people to stop smoking has been taken on to Bath's buses.
As part of the Get a Life campaign, staff from Sirona Care and Health spent the day riding around on buses to promote not smoking.
Its stop smoking team wants smokers to focus on what they could afford to buy if they were to quit for a day, with estimated savings of £2,555 a year.
Sirona's specialist stop smoking advisor Jo-Anne Spinney said: "One of the biggest incentives for smokers to quit comes from considering the money they spend on cigarettes and thinking about what themselves and their family could afford if they were to give up for good."
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Bath bus station manager Richard Lewis said: "I am pleased to support their work to improve the health and well being of residents.
"At First we care about the health of our staff and customers alike."
Since the campaign with the Chronicle began on January 1, more than 900 people have sought assistance from the Healthy Lifestyle Service for smoking, weight loss and exercise advice. To get help, ring 01225 831852.