Please see the NHS Website for more guidance:

We are holding flu clinics at the Surgery in October, for those who are eligible. If you have received a text message, please book using the link, or call the Surgery. If you are over 65, you can have your flu vaccine at any participating Pharmacy. If you are under 65, you will need to show your eligibility text message/letter. Not all Pharmacies are doing under 65's, so we recommend ringing in advance. 

Starting from mid-October, people aged 50 years old or over (including those who will be 50 years old by 31 March 2023) can have a free NHS flu vaccine. This is so at-risk groups can be offered vaccination first. A local Pharmacy will be able to do that for you. Alternatively, you can wait to be invited by the Surgery, to have it done with one of our clinicians.

Repeat Prescriptions

Please allow 48hrs for your prescription.  We do not take prescription requests over the phone or via email.


To order your repeat prescription, please use  online access. This will put a request through to us - please note, there is sometimes a delay of 24hrs. 

If you do not have online access, you can request medication via your nominated pharmacy. They will send the request to us.

Alternatively, you can complete a repeat prescription request form that we have in reception. 

If possible, please collect prescriptions after 11.30am (you must allow two working days for them to be processed). If you supply a stamped, addressed envelope, we will post your prescription to you.

Prescription requests will not be taken over the phone or via email, as serious mistakes can occur.

Please do not use the email address for clinical or advice questions under any circumstances. This account is not supervised by clinical staff.

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, nurse practitioner or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip.

Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.

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