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Latest News

NEXT PPG MEETING - Will be held here at the practice on Wednesday 16th January 2019 at 1:00pm. Everyone Welcome.

FOOTSTEPS Youth Wellbeing, a one stop shop clinic designed FOR young people BY young people.

To find out more please visit

Extended Hours  -  Weekend and Evening GP and Nurse appointments are available

Please see our 'opening times' tab or call 111 who can book an appointment for you.

We now have appointments available for your annual flu vaccine.

Please contact a member from our reception team whom will book you into the most appropriate clinic.

HARBOUR Weekly Drop In Service

If you are concerned or frightened about the behaviour of your partner, ex partner or family member? You can talk confidentially with a domestic abuse support worker and get some advice here at the practice. There is a drop in clinic every Thursday between 3pm - 5pm or you can book an appointment. Please ask for an appointment with Donna.

Please use the online services tab to access your online prescription/appointment service


You will see changes to the layout.  This version brings a redesigned user experience with simplified sign in, support for EPS pharmacy nominations and an all-new self-serve support site

We offer alternate Monday & Thursday evening clinics for pre booked routine appointments.

New Text Message Service

We now offer appointment reminders and health promotion by text.

If you would like to register for this message service please ask for a consent form at reception or let a member of the administration team know.

PAS Patient Advisory Service

Are you struggling to find work? Are you struggling to stay at work? We have appointments available to see our PAS advisor, Sue Hall, who can offer specialist one to one support with training, careers advice, job search techniques, confidence building and help with your CV.

Your hospital referral

When a referral to a hospital is made changes have been designed to support doctors in delivering high quality, evidence based care whilst maximising efficient use of precious NHS resources. The document below indicates what happens if your GP thinks you need to see a specialist.

Your Hospital Referral

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