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Please allow two working days (48 hours) for a repeat prescription to be processed, this excludes weekends and Bank Holidays.

You can find out when the surgery will be closed for Public Holidays / Bank Holidays in 2021, by clicking here

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On Monday 10th September 2018, the Surgery was pleased to welcome our new Patient Engagement Lead (PEL) - Emmerson Walgrove.

Emmerson will be more than happy to take any suggestions you may have on activities, events or services which would be beneficial to both patients and the medical centre.

Please ask at Reception for more information or contact Emmerson Walgrove, Patient Engagement Lead (PEL) at the surgery on:

01274 495577 or email:

The Surgery will be closed on the following Public Holidays / Bank Holidays below:


  • Good Friday – Friday 2nd April

  • Easter Monday – Monday 5th April

  • Early May Bank Holiday – Monday 3rd May

  • Spring Bank Holiday – Monday 31st May

  • August Bank Holiday – Monday 30th August

  • Christmas Day – Monday 27th December (substitute day)

  • Boxing Day – Tuesday 28th December (substitute day)


  • New Year’s Day – Monday 3rd January (substitute day)

  • Good Friday – Friday 15th April

  • Easter Monday – Monday 18th April

  • Early May Bank Holiday – Monday 2nd May

  • Queen’s Platinum Jubilee – Thursday 2nd & Friday 3rd June

  • August Bank Holiday – Monday 29th August

  • Christmas Day – Monday 26th December (substitute day)

  • Boxing Day – Tuesday 27th December (substitute day)

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