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Bank Holiday Health Arrangements

Concerns for the safety/wellbeing of a child or adult?

Cancelling your Appointment

Please telephone or use the link at the bottom of this page if you have to cancel your appointment.

Appointments are often in short supply so please ring and let us know if you cannot attend. It means that the appointment can be given to somebody else.

GP appointment. Can't make it? Don't need it? Cancel it!


Dr Richard Pebody, flu expert for PHE said:
"It’s not too late for children and people in ‘at risk’ groups to get the vaccine for free, and this remains important now that flu is circulating. This includes people with underlying health conditions, even those that are well managed, such as asthma, diabetes, heart, lung, liver or renal diseases, those with weakened immune systems, as well as older people and pregnant women. Anyone in these groups who hasn’t yet had the vaccine should contact their GP, pharmacist or midwife, as they are at much greater risk of becoming seriously unwell if they catch flu, and sadly many end up in hospital."

Flu vaccination

Patient Participation Group (PPG)

We are looking for patients to join our PPG.

There will be regular meetings where we can update you with surgery news and you can share your ideas with us. 

If you would like to join, please complete the registration form here 

Many thanks.

We look forward to seeing you at the next meeting.

Please be aware, due to limited space in the meeting room we may not be able to accommodate all the members at one time.

Thank you

Please click here for information on NHS Out of hours services

Please contact the surgery to book an appointment with our HCA, Nicola.’ If you do not wish to be vaccination or have been vaccinated elsewhere it is important you inform the surgery. 

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