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Wednesday 25 April from 2:00pm. We will reopen on Thursday 26 March at 8.15 am

If you require repeat medication during this time, please send your request to the surgery by 10:30 am Friday 20 April


If you require medical advice when we are closed please call 111 or 999 for emergencies

Calls are free of charge




Latest News


For those of you considering booking or going on holiday soon please be aware that there is a shortage of some vaccines and this may affect your travel plans.


There is a national shortage of TYPHOID vaccine.


There is a Global shortage of HEPATITIS A vaccine. Any remaining stocks with any provider will be offered only to selected high-risk group. We have no stock. It’s unlikely that travel pharmacies will either. Do check though.


ZIKA Virus. If you intend to book or have already booked to travel to a Zika risk area and are pregnant or planning a pregnancy, please read on. It is extremely important that you avoid pregnancy during, and for up to 6 months following your stay in the risk area.


Contact the surgery if you need to discuss travel. Websites such as Fitfortravel and Nathnac are also great resources!


PHARMACY2U direct marketing to patients

It has come to our attention that many local residents have received a promotional letter from a company called Pharmacy2U.  Please be aware that this has not come from the surgery and is a marketing tactic from an online mail order pharmacy based in Leeds and , if you sign up (or 'nominate') them to be your pharmacy by returning the form with the letter, they will send your repeat medication via the Royal Mail.  If you have received a letter from Pharmacy2U and are happy with your current nominated pharmacy and how you obtain your medication please ignore it.

Patient Advice: BT ringback service

We would like to advise all patients that the BT ringback option that is available on some private telephone lines may not work if you are contacting the surgery, particularly during busy periods (e.g. 8:15 - 8:45 in the morning).  This is not related to the surgery telephone system and unfortunately is not something we can control. 

Support the Antibiotics Awareness Campaign

Bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics are an increasingly serious health problem. We are actively supporting the European Antibiotic Awareness Campaign to raise awareness of the need to use antibiotics responsibly.  For more information please click on the following links:

Patient information sheet - Antibiotics

Antibiotic Awareness leaflet

Save a call to the surgery - register to see your test results online via Patient Access

Registered patients can request to view their test results, medications, allergies immunisations and adverse reactions online via Patient Access. To register and for more information contact the surgery, ldownload forms from our Patient Online Service section in the Further information section of this website or visit the patient online information pages at  Patients can still also register for repeat prescriptions via our website.



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