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RESEARCHOpportunistically - A member of the team may talk to you about a particular study and ask if you would be interested in participating.

Invitation - You may receive information in the post if we feel that you may be a suitable participant.

Asking You may read information in the waiting room and wish to ask a member of staff about how to sign up to a study. 

Opening Times

The Surgery is on a single storey. There is disabled parking at the Practice, with easy wheelchair access from there.  We also have a suitably adapted toilet and washroom with a baby-changing table.


08:30 – 18:00


08:30 – 18:00


08:30 – 18:00


08:30 – 18:00


08:30 – 18:00

Weekend/Public Holidays


We are aware that some patients have difficulty attending the Surgery during our normal opening hours, often due to work commitments, and we are considering the best way to help.


We have a variety of appointment times available outside our usual hours. These will be staffed on a rota and will include some weekday evenings (18:30-20:30), Thursday mornings (07:30-08:00) and a Saturday morning (9:30-11:30) once a month. 

They are for patients who cannot attend the Surgery at other times, due to work commitments, and must be booked in advance, via the Receptionists, in the usual way. These appointment times are for routine matters and not for urgent medical problems which happen when the Surgery is closed.


As usual, if urgent problems arise outside normal working hours, OXEMS, our Out of Hours Service will be available to help and may be contacted by telephoning 111, the new NHS emergency number.

Extended Hours


Thursday 1st August with Dr Pandher


Wednesday 7th August with Dr Fairley


Thursday 8th August with Dr Pandher


Friday 9th August with Dr Fairley


Saturday 17th August with Dr Fairley


Thursday 22nd August with Dr Pandher


The details are also published on our NHS Choices website page

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