Cumbria Crack

Penrith businessmen continue to target smokers

Kristian Thompson Wall of signatures at Vapology Smoke Free Zone
Kristian Thompson Wall of signatures at Vapology Smoke Free Zone

[L]ocal residents Tom Holme and Kristian Thompson set up their vape shop 6 months ago in Queen Street, Penrith, with the aim of helping 1000 smokers kick the tobacco habit by switching from cigarettes to personal vapourisers ( PV’s).

Tom and Kristian had both given up smoking and started vaping when the e-cigarette craze was still in its infancy.

Together they have served and advised many people over the past 6 months and many ex-smokers have now signed their wall to confirm they have transferred from using tobacco products to the 95% officially safer eLiquid vapourisers.

The UK’s Royal College of Physicians report says that ‘by supplying the nicotine that smokers are addicted to without the harmful components of tobacco smoke, e-cigarettes can prevent most of the harm from smoking and are likely to be beneficial to UK public health. Smokers should be “reassured and encouraged” to use them, while the public can be reassured that e-cigarettes are much safer than smoking.

Tom and Kristian offer a bespoke personal service with free advice to all smokers who want to kick the habit. They only sell top quality pharmaceutical grade liquids and genuine brand vaporisers.

Smokers should be offered and encouraged to use e-cigarettes to help them quit, says a leading medical body.

The UK’s Royal College of Physicians says there is resounding evidence that e-cigarettes are “much safer” than smoking and aid quitting. With the right checks and measures, vaping could improve the lives of millions of people, it says in a new, 200-page report. It says fears that e-cigarettes are a gateway to smoking are unfounded.



Related posts

Season’s leading trainers go head-to-head at Carlisle

Cumbria Crack

£15 million government funding to set up National College for Nuclear

Cumbria Crack

Whitehaven family meet model and brain tumour survivor Caprice to launch fundraising campaign

Cumbria Crack

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More