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Philip Kyle in his garden

Phil, 55

Phil, 55, decided to quit smoking after 30 years to protect his health during the COVID-19 outbreak. After several unsuccessful quit attempts, Phil has now been smoke-free for nearly two months and is more determined than ever to stop for good.

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Anne-Marie standing in her garden, with her hands on her baby bump. She is smiling.

Anne-Marie, 42

When mum-of-four, Anne-Marie, found out she was pregnant with her fifth baby, she made the decision to stop smoking with the help of the maternity support at her local stop smoking service. Despite the stress of lockdown, she is determined to stop for good.

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David standing up, smiling.

David, 55

David, 55, decided to quit smoking after nearly 40 years to save money and improve his health. After several unsuccessful quit attempts, David is more determined to quit this time and is looking forward to saving around £3,000 a year by not smoking.

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Chris sitting in a chair, leaning slightly forward. He is wearing a Barcelona football shirt

Chris, 57

Grandfather Chris, 57, decided enough was enough, successfully quitting his 60-a-day smoking addiction during COVID-19, with the help of his GP.

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Lee standing in front of a house

Lee, 45

45-year-old Lee smoked since he was 18 – but encouragement from his niece and the COVID-19 crisis spurred him to keep going with his quit attempt. He has now been smoke-free for nearly five months.

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Philip F looking relaxed, standing in a garden, he is smiling.

Philip, 31

Once 31-year-old dad of one and children’s residential support worker, Philip, made up his mind to quit smoking – there was no stopping him.

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Saraah standing in a garden. She is smiling.

Sarah, 53

After smoking for over 40 years, Granny and business owner Sarah, 53, was desperate to quit to improve her health. She has now been smoke-free for nearly three months after quitting at the start of lockdown.

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