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Vapourcore reveals Nottinghamshire spend more than twice the average expenditure on stop smoking service following NHS Stop Smoking Service report

By Connor Thompson

A VAPE store has revealed Nottinghamshire spends more than twice the average expenditure on stop smoking services.

According to the latest NHS Digital Statistics on NHS Stop Smoking Services in England April 2018 to December 2018 report 166,880 people set a quit smoking date and at the four-week follow-up, more than 50% (86,167 people) had successfully quit smoking between April and December in 2018.

To highlight how many people in Engl​and had successfully quit smoking, Vapourcore.com analysed the latest findings from the NHS Digital report to reveal the areas in England that had spent the most on stop smoking services between April - December 2018, as well as the cost per quitter, which emphasises how much regional authorities are prepared to help Brits ditch the nasty and deathly habit.

Data from the NHS. (9545094)
Data from the NHS. (9545094)

Nottinghamshire had an expenditure of £684,548, with the cost per individual quitter coming to £352.

South Tyneside had the highest cost per individual quitter, with £1,276 per each of the 517 self-reported quitters, while Hampshire had the highest expenditure, costing £1,690,046.


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