Stop Smoking

Get help to stop smoking  

Quitting isn't easy, but when you see the drastic improvements to your life and health, you'll want to go smokefree.

  • You will save money
  • Your sense of taste will return and you will enjoy the taste of food more
  • Your breathing and general fitness will improve
  • The appearance of your skin and teeth will improve
  • Your fertility levels will improve, along with your chances of having a healthy pregnancy and baby
  • You will protect the health of those around you by not exposing them to second-hand smoke

Advice and support to stop smoking is available from

  • Smokefree National Helpline on 0300 123 1044. All lines are open Monday to Friday 9.00am to 8.00pm and Saturday and Sunday 11.00am to 4.00pm
  • Your GP (please note that not all GPs in Blackpool provide this service so please contact your practice for further information)
  • Your local community pharmacy (a list of pharmacies delivering this service can be found below)

Community pharmacies delivering a Stop Smoking Service

  • Crossley F (Chemists) Ltd., Lytham Road
  • Grange pharmacy, Chepstow Road
  • MJ Moore pharmacy, Westcliffe Drive
  • Normoss pharmacy, Normoss Road
  • Rhodes pharmacy, Devonshire Road
  • HBS pharmacy, Newton Drive
  • Whitworth Chemist Ltd Common Edge Road
  • Whitworth Chemist Ltd Layton Medical Centre
  • Whitworth Chemist Ltd Charles Street
  • Whitworth Chemist Ltd Whitegate Drive
  • Whitworth Chemist Ltd Bloomfield Road
  • Whitworth Chemist Ltd Highfield Road
  • Whitworth Chemist Ltd Waterloo Road
  • Well Bispham  All Hallow Road
  • Well Blackpool Arnold Medical Centre
  • Well Blackpool Highfield Road
  • Well Blackpool Cherry Tree Road
  • Well Blackpool St Pauls Medical Centre
  • Well Blackpool South Kind Street
  • Well Blackpool Grasmere Road
  • Well Blackpool Langdale Place

Smokefree vehicles

It is now illegal to smoke in vehicles with someone under 18 present. The best way to protect your family from second hand smoke is to go smokefree.


E-cigarettes briefing for health and social care professionals