COVID -19 - Subject Access request

We may take longer than the statutory one month to respond to your Subject Access Request.  The Information commissioner recognises that there may be delays and responses may take longer than the statutory deadline.

With Flu season approaching we wanted to let you know that we will be starting the flu clinics in early September . Watch this space for more details closer to the time.
Please note our doors will be closed with immediate effect , this is to ensure the safety of all our staff and patients . If you have an appointment booked please call on arrival and and a member of staff will let you in.


Travel Vaccinationsglobal air travel

If you are travelling abroad, you will need to read our "Advice for travellers" letter below then complete the Travel Immunisation form before you contact the practice to arrange an appointment.  You MUST return the  completed form to us 1 week prior to your appointment and any vaccinations requiring payment must be paid for in advance.

It is your responsibility to ascertain which vaccinations (and, if relevant, anti-malaria tablets) you need, and also to inform yourself fully of recommended travel safe precautions.  To do this, you should visit the NHS Fit For Travel website at and read the information relevant to the country you are visiting.

Useful Information

Research useful information about the Country you are visiting. Helpful details to have with you are medical facilities, climate, cultural behaviour and a basic phrase book.

Contact Numbers

Make a note of emergency telephone numbers and addresses for the tour operator, embassy or consulate.

Travel Health Questionnaire

To help us offer the appropriate advice, please complete the form below and hand it in a week before coming to see the nurse

Advice for travellers

A Travel form declaration

Travelling in Europe

If you are travelling to Europe the EU has published useful information for travellers on the European website.

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