There's a new way to quit smoking

Stop Smoking Options

Yorkshire Smokefree Sheffield provides NHS advice and support – including nicotine replacement therapy – for anyone who wants to stop smoking.

So when you're ready to quit, Smokefree Sheffield is ready to help.

Available online, on the phone or in person.


  • 0800 612 0011 (free from landlines)

  • 0330 660 116 (free from mobiles)


In person:

Drop in to see a trained stop smoking adviser at:

  • Pitsmoor Surgery, 151 Burngreave Road S3 9DL

  • Swift Pharmacy, 1 Gower Street S4 7HA

  • Upwell Street Surgery, 93 Upwell Street S4 8AN

  • Wicker Pharmacy, 55-59 Wicker S3 8HT

(Advisers in practices can support registered patients)

Or call into the city centre drop in service at 39 Charles Street

Win free SWFC tickets!

SWFC (Sheffield Wednesday Football Club) are giving away free match tickets as an incentive for smokers to quit.

Quit with the Service during September and October and enter a draw for a pair of tickets to a home game!

Phone numbers and website

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