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Glastonbury Festival to help music lovers quit smoking with Riot Rehab Bus

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Glastonbury Festival are being given the opportunity to receive help from the Riot Rehab bus to give up smoking as the UK hopes to become smoke-free.The company, Riot Labs, have taken to Worthy Farm with a wide variety of its products onboard a double-decker bus as fans enjoy the likes of Sam Fender, the Sugababes, Diana Ross and Billie Eilish.Over the course of the weekend, over 200,000 music fans have flocked to the largest festival in the world to let off some much-needed steam.READ MORE: Paul McCartney fans furious as BBC stream his set an hour lateAs the UK continues its efforts to become smoke-free by 2030, Riot Labs were keen to help.Punters could get their hands on a variety of products including e-liquids for disposable e-cigarettes, aptly named Riot Bars, while also getting help from professionals about the R.I.O.T 4-Step quit smoking plan.Founder and CEO of Riot Labs, Ben Johnson said: "The days of dull quit smoking campaigns are over.

We wanted to create the Riot Rehab Bus and send it into the heart of the action, at festivals, where smokers are surrounded by the sort of triggers that make you light up."The Riot Rehab Bus has got a huge reaction as the festivals we've parked up at so far this summer, and it doesn't get much bigger than arriving at Glastonbury this weekend where we're expecting to help thousands kick-start their quit smoking journey."Last week, Boris Johnson's cabinet unveiled its plans to make the United Kingdom smoke-free while e-cigarettes received the backing of the NHS as a key tool to helping people quit.But this isn't the first festival the Riot Rehab Bus has been at this summer, having already appeared at Cambridge Club and Strawberries & Creem.For more of the latest showbiz news from.

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