Face Masks
Infection control guidance from NHSE was updated on 1 June.
The updated guidance from NHS England means that not all patients will be asked to wear a mask or face covering when attending the Practice. We will now only ask patients attending the Practice who have respiratory or COVID19 symptoms to wear a mask or other face covering.
If you are coming to the Practice to see a member of our team because you have respiratory symptoms, you will be asked to wear a mask or face covering.
Clinicians at the Practice may not routinely wear a facemask when seeing you for your appointment. They will wear a mask if you have respiratory symptoms. Some staff may choose to wear a mask to limit their own risk, but this will now be an individual decision.

Hay fever medication.

Reminder that the NHS does not support the prescribing of hay fever medication.
Most hay fever medication can be purchased over the counter from pharmacies, supermarkets & reputable online retailers at very reasonable prices.

Please speak to your local pharmacy for advice.

Practice Charter

We Aim:

  • To provide medical care that is comprehensive, competent and compassionate.
  • To emphasize prevention and education to enable you to share responsibility for your own health.
  • To develop a readily accessible quality service that is sensitive to local needs.
  • To maintain a highly trained professional team ready to help you.


With these rights come responsibilities, and for the patient this means:-

  • Courtesy to staff at all times, remember they are working under the doctors orders.
  • To attend appointments on time or to give the practice adequate notice that they wish to cancel. Lateness or non attendance inconveniences other patients and wastes appointment time.
  • An appointment is for one person only, where another member of the family needs to be seen or discussed, another appointment should be made and that patient’s notes will be available.
  • Patients should make every effort to consult at the surgery to make the best use of nursing and medical time. Home visits should be medically justifiable and not requested for social convenience,

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