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The practice will be closed on Monday 19th of September as we join the nation in paying our respect to Queen Elizabeth II.
We will open again Tuesday 20th September at 08:30am (or 07:30am for pre-arranged appointments)

The doors will be locked that afternoon and the phones will be directed to 111 who will deal with emergencies only. 

Thank you for your cooperation

Upcoming Flu Clinics:

We are holding a flu clinic for patients over 65 years of age and on Saturday 24 September. You will receive a text invite with a link for you to book your own appointment, or you can call our team

NHS England is asking practices to review their opening times at the weekend and during the week. We are seeking your views. Please follow this link to complete a brief survey 


The government has published its Living with COVID-19.

When attending the surgery, please continue to wear a face covering.

 COVID information line: 01752 398836

COVID support email address:

Contact our Doctors to get advice for your problems now

To help keep our phone lines open for urgent calls and for those patients who do not have access online, please use the Patient Triage service available on our website.  We will respond within 2 working days.  Patients have found that this service works particularly well through the NHS app as well as via the website at the bottom of this page.  


  Please do not attend the surgery unless you have a pre-booked appointment with us. It is recommended that a face covering is to be worn in the surgery.


Repeat prescription requests/letters can be left in our post box on the side of the building.

Consult Online with WebGP
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We are excited to announce the launch of Patient Triage for our patients. The Service can be accessed via the banner above and will enable patients to access safe and efficient advice for their health conditions and consult with their GP from the convenience of their own home.                                                      


(Site updated 12/09/2022)
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