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Free Stop Smoking Course

Quitting smoking is the best thing you can do for your health.  Have you tried quitting as part of a group?

As part of the Healthy Trinity initiative, the Health and Sports Centres are running a FREE stop smoking course for students and staff.  Going through the highs and lows of quitting with others might be just what you need. 

You’re welcome on the course whether you want to exercise or not but exercising when you quit increases your chance of success.  The Sports Centre is offering reduced prices on certain classes to staff and students, member and non-members who attend the course.  Why not try exercise to help you quit?

Course starting: 3rd October 2018
Time: 1.05-1.50 for 4-6 weeks
Location: The Health Centre

The course will cover topics like readiness to stop, dealing with cravings, the pros and cons of stopping and using patches or nicotine replacement therapies. The sports centre is giving discounts on certain classes and the new timetable includes lots of new options.  Discounts are applied weekly and subject to attendance at the course. 

To register online go to:

For more details or to register offline:
Speak to: Reception in the Health Centre
Phone: 01 8961591

Thanks to everyone who has stopped smoking in Trinity's Tobacco Free Zones. We have had an 83% reduction in smoking since 2016.


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The National Smokers QuitLine

It doesn't matter how you stop, only that you do. Try everything! The National Smokers Quit line is an excellent resource and has trained counsellors who can help. Phone them on call save 1850 201 203.


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Online Help from

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Truth Campaign

Learn more about the dirty tactics used by the tobacco industry to recruit new smokers.

This all singing, all dancing anti tobacco industry video from the Truth campaign is very funny and well worth two minutes of your time.