Norfolk 'spends more on stop smoking services than almost anywhere else in England', data reveals
More money is being spent to provide stop smoking services in Norfolk than in most other parts of England, according to new figures.
A study of NHS data shows more than £1 million was invested in the programmes during a nine-month period last year, the fifth highest total of any authority in the country.
But public health chiefs say services here are more successful than the national average.
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