Your local Pharmacist can give you expert advice or information on healthcare (see list below) as well as help you with your medication queries. 

Athletes Foot

Emergency Contraception

Nappy Rash

Conjunctivitis/ sticky eye( over 2 years)


Fungal Nails


Wart and Veruccas

Cold sores

Head Lice

Smoking Cessation

Medication Queries


Hay Fever

Sore Throat

Urinary Infection( women only)

Cough and Colds



 period pain




 minor cuts/bruises

Ear Wax

Mouth Ulcers

Travel Sickness


Urinary Tract Infection - UTIs

Due to new guidelines, your GP is no longer the first port of call for urine infections (UTI). If you are female and aged 16-65 and think you may have a UTI you should now contact your Pharmacy first where they will assess you and provide necessary treatment.  If you have blood in your urine, are pregnant or have diabetes you still need to see a GP.

The practice has a protocol to follow as dip testing samples in the surgery does not give the clinical information required.  A sample may need to be sent to the labs at the hospital but before doing so this must be actioned by a clinician- DO  NOT hand in a sample unless you have been asked to do so by a clinician.

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