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Surgery Closures

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The Surgery is closed on the following days/ sessions:

Wednesday 23rd October 2013 pm

Practice Development

Wednesday 25th December 2013

Bank Holiday

Thursday 26th December 2013

Bank Holiday

Wednesday 1st January 2014

Bank Holiday

Thursday 13 th February 2014 pm

Practice Development

Wednesday 12th March 2014 pm

Practice Development

Friday 18th April 2014

Bank Holiday

Monday 20th April2014

Bank Holiday

Monday 5th May 2014

Bank Holiday

Monday 26th May 2014

Bank Holiday

Monday 25th August 2014

Bank Holiday

Thursday 25th December 2014

Bank Holiday

Friday 26th December 2014

Bank Holiday

Thursday 1st January 2015

Bank Holiday

 

If the surgery is closed , please use the NHS 111 service.  Please dial 111 for urgent medical problems

Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.

 

 

 

 

 



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