Junior Doctors Strike

There is a Junior Doctors strike from Saturday 24th February 2024 – Thursday 29th February 2024.

We are not expecting our services to be affected during this period.

Please bear in mind that A&E services may be under additional pressure and only attend in an extreme emergency.



Pharmacy First is a new service offered by community pharmacies to give patients the opportunity to seek medical advice and treatment for 7 minor conditions, without having to contact your GP or other urgent care services.

Please contact your local pharmacy for if you have any of the following or require further information about this free* NHS service:

*NHS Prescription charge rules apply where a medicine is supplied



(adults and children aged 12 years and over)


Sore Throat

(adults and children aged 5 and over)



(children and young adults aged 1 year to 17 years)


Infected Insect Bite

(adults and children aged 1 year and over)



(adults aged 18 years and over)


Urinary Tract Infection

(women, aged 16 to 64 years)



Protect your child against measles
It’s very important to make sure that your child has had two doses of the MMR vaccine – this will protect them against three serious illnesses – measles, mumps and rubella.  If your child is aged one or over and hasn’t had their vaccinations, please contact us at the practice as soon as you can to arrange an appointment.

Measles spreads very easily between people who aren’t vaccinated. You can catch it just by spending time in the same room as someone. And it can cause children and people with a weakened immune system to be very unwell.

You may have heard on the news about measles cases in some parts of the country. To stop measles spreading further, the NHS is encouraging all parents to make sure that their children have been vaccinated. We usually offer the first dose of MMR vaccine when your child turns one, then the second dose before they start school as part of the ‘pre-school booster’.

Measles usually starts with cold-like symptoms, followed by a rash a few days later. Some people may also get small spots in their mouth. If you think your child might have measles, check symptoms on the NHS website. Keep your child at home and call us for advice.

Find out more on the NHS website.


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