SmokeFree Norfolk

SmokeFree Advisor Melanie Macrow will be working in Ministry of Vape in Wymondham on National No Smoking Day to give smokers advice on becoming smokefree.

Ministry of Vape, Wymondham, Norfolk,  8th March, 1 – 3pm

Smokefree Norfolk want to engage with people who are vaping and help them to work to give up their addiction.  Working with Ministry of Vape gives them a unique experience to engage with vaping and the public who vape to explain nicotine addiction and how it affects the public

Ministry of Vape in Wymondham prides itself on being a unique vaping experience catering for the curious to the advanced vape.  It shares its premises with a café.  It offers expert knowledgable advice on vaping and takes the time to understand your needs.

James Wade, Team Lead, Smokefree Norfolk, says, ‘Public Health England report that vaping is 95% safer than smoking tobacco. It is still important to have support during a quit process and to understand the nicotine addiction.

‘Please come along on National No Smoking Day and our specialist stop smoking advisor will be able to help and support you on you smokefree journey.’

Keith Butt from Ministry of Vape said, ‘When other Nicotine Replacement therapy failed to work for me, vaping was a great option.  I am happy to welcome Smokefree Norfolk to the shop.  Me and my staff are happy to help and to discuss electronic cigarettes and work with the Smokefree team help you to kick the habit.’

Smokefree Norfolk is provided by Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust.  The service is open to all NHS patients and can be contacted by telephone on 0800 0854 113  or go to for more information.