Opening Hours

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The practice will close for 25th/26th Dec and 1st/2nd Jan each year.  If those dates fall on a weekend then the practice will close on the following Monday/Tuesday.

The practice will also close for Good Friday.

During 2020 the practice will also be closed:

  • Monday, 3rd August
  • Friday, 16th October

The practice closes for several training days during the year.

Our next planned closure will be:

  • to be confirmed



Our phone lines are open from 0800-1800 Mon-Fri.  Please note that the lines are very busy between 0800 and 0900 daily, so it may be better to phone later unless you need to make or cancel an appointment for that day. 

For appointments please select option 1.

For medication queries please select option 2 between 9am and 5pm.

For results please select option 3. Results will not be available until after 2pm 

Our admin office is open between 0900-1700 Mon-Fri.



Please note that we cannot take prescription requests over the phone. Did you know that you can register online for prescriptions. Alternatively please visit your local pharmacy with your prescription request.


We provide an extended hours service most Tuesdays (see below). 



The building is open during the following times:

Mon:0800-1800(appointments 0830-1620)
Tue:0800-1900(appointments 0830-1815) *see note below re closure 1230-1430
Wed:0800-1800(appointments 0830-1620)
Thu:0800-1800(appointments 0830-1620)
Fri:0800-1800(appointments 0830-1620)

 *Tuesday closure 1230-1430

On Tuesdays, we conduct staff training between 1230-1430 during which time the building will be closed but we will offer an EMERGENCY SERVICE, dealing only with cases where a delay beyond 1430 may result in a deterioration in health that poses a significant risk of harm to the patient.  Please dial 01463 712233.

What about evenings and weekends - when we are closed?

When the surgery is closed and you are too ill to wait until it re-opens, contact NHS 24 on 111.

In a life threatening emergency or after a serious accident/injury, you should call 999 and ask for an ambulance.


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