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Thursday 18 July - We are closed on this afternoon

If you require urgent treatment on this afternoon which cannot wait until the morning, please call NHS 111.  Please call 999 for an emergency.

Call Recording

As from the 1 November 2017 we will monitor, record, store and use any telephone call with our patient/callers for training purposes and to improve the quality of our services.

HPV Vaccine

You may have heard various media advertisements encouraging girls currently aged 12-13 or 17-18 to contact their GP surgery for their HPV vaccination.  This is part of an ongoing programme to vaccinate all young women currently below the age of 18 and will form part of the routine course of vaccinations offered for future generations. 

If you are currently aged 12-13 or 17-18, or have someone living at home who is, please do contact the surgery for an appointment with the practice nurse.


HPV is a virus which can lead to cervical cancer and the vaccination, which consists of a course of three injections spread over six months, significantly protects women developing this disease, alongside having regular smear tests which are also still very important. 

More information on cervical cancer and HPV can be found at

Please do contact our practice nurses if you have any queries. 

Remember – get the vaccination and arm against HPV.

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