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20Apr

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V for Victory!

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This year No Smoking Day was on the 12th of March.  When you’re ready to quit, whether it’s No Smoking Day or any other day of the year, you can find all the tools and support you need to start your quit journey here.

If you want to organise an event to help other people to quit, sign-up for a campaign pack.

Smoking in Scotland report

smoking_in_scotland_report_cover_small.pngASH Scotland has compiled the latest statistics on smoking and tobacco use in Scotland into our new report – Smoking in Scotland – which includes the latest statistics on smoking rates in adults, young people, in specific population groups, exposure to second-hand smoke, and more.

The report analyses trends, our performance on smoking reduction targets, and provides a 'traffic light' system to monitor progress. It concludes that, while we have made much progress in recent years, more needs to be done if we are to achieve 5% or lower smoking prevalence by 2034.