Update 04/01/2022

COVID rates are currently very high. If you are experiencing any cold-like or flu-like symptoms, or any of the typical COVID symptoms such as cough or fever, please arrange a PCR test by calling 119 or via the government website. Lateral flow tests are unreliable if you are symptomatic. 

When contacting the surgery please bear in mind we are still experiencing COVID related absences through isolation requirements, and demand is still very high. 

We ask you to consider self-care, seek advice from your local pharmacy or NHS 111 where appropriate before contacting us. 

We thank you for your continued support and patience.


The practice is seeing an increasing number of suspected COVID and COVID positive patients. In addition guidance for health care provider settings has not changed and social distancing and mask-wearing still applies.

If you have any COVID symptoms or have tested positive (or someone in your household) for COVID in the past 10 days please DO NOT ENTER the practice.  

If you need to be seen or have a pre-arranged appointment, you must contact the surgery by telephone to discuss arrangements. 

If you have a member of the household with confirmed or suspected COVID. The current Government guidance is here:

Self Care - What are the benefits?

Self-care is good for you and for the NHS. There are lots of benefits to self-care. We believe it’s:

Quicker - no need to wait for a GP appointment. You can buy the medicines you need over the counter at your local pharmacy or supermarket and have them ready to use at home.
Easier - many treatments can be bought without the need for a prescription at your local pharmacy or supermarket, often for much less than a prescription charge.
Simple - advice and information about self-care is widely available online. You can also call into any pharmacy for advice on the best treatment for your minor illness.
Considerate - self-care helps relieve pressures on GP practices, A&E

Click here to visit the Self Care Portal

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