These templates and images have been designed to support you to help colleagues in your organisation who’d like to quit smoking.
Please feel free to use any of the materials on this page to raise awareness of Stop Smoking London. If you need additional resolutions or other types of materials, please email Kashim.email@example.com
Stop Smoking London Logo
Add the logo opposite to your intranet or website and link it to www.stopsmokinglondon.com and Stop Smoking London helpline 0300 123 1044.
Imagery for intranets, websites, newsletters and social media
Download the internal comms social media pack (sample imagery included above)
Text for intranets/internal websites
How to article and accompanying social media posts
How to quit smoking and avoid weight gain
The NHS campaign, Better Health, is inspiring people to use this time as an opportunity for a ‘health reset’ including getting more active and losing excess weight. For smokers, expert advice remains that the best thing you can do for your health at this time is to quit smoking as soon as possible.
Stop Smoking London and Dr Emma Eade a local London GP, have put together some advice on how to quit smoking and avoid weight gain.
Download ‘How to quit smoking and avoid weight gain’ – your download will include all the images above to accompany each tip.
Please feel to use this in your internal and external websites, magazines and e-newsletters. To help you share this more widely, we’ve also prepared some suggested social media posts.
How to quit smoking and stay calm in the process
This article is written in partnership with Good Thinking and includes tips and tools to help smokers quit during COVID-19.
Download ‘How to stop smoking and stay calm in the process’ – your download will include all the images above to accompany each tip.
Please feel to use these in your staff websites, magazines and e-newsletters. To help you share this more widely over any internal communications social media platform you may have, such as Yammer, we’ve also prepared some suggested social media posts.
‘Time to Quit’ poster and postcard
(print-ready files with crop margins)