It’s that time of year to get your flu vaccination…..

We are preparing for our flu clinics and would like our patients to have their flu vaccination carried out at the surgery. If you are 65 or over, have a long term condition, are a carer, are pregnant or work within the health sector

We want to vaccinate you against flu.

Over 65 flu vaccinations will commence with drop in sessions on the following dates and times. We are only vaccinating this group of patients during these times. If you do not fall within this age range then you will not be able to be vaccinated on the dates below. If you are unable to make one of these dates please contact the surgery.

Thursday 1st October 2020 between 9am – 11.30am / 2pm – 4pm

Friday 2nd October 2020 between 9am – 11.30am / 2pm – 4pm


For patients under 65 years of age and children

please contact the surgery to make an appointment.

Face Masks/Face Coverings

We are asking all patients and visitors that need to attend the surgery to wear a face mask / face covering that covers your nose and mouth. This is to protect both patients, visitors and staff. The surgery is unable to give these out. The surgery is unable to supply exemption letters for patients to be excused from wearing a face mask / face covering, and further information can be obtained from the website.


From the 16th February 2018 you can call the surgery between the hours of 11.00am and 2.00pm to ask for your blood or X-ray results. For blood tests please allow at least a week and for X-rays please allow 14 days from when your test was done.

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