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IF YOU HAVE A FEVER, COUGH, LOSS OF TASTE OR SMELL OR SHORTNESS OF BREATH, PLEASE DO NOT ENTER THE PRACTICE AND CALL US ON 01275 832 285 FOR TELEPHONE ADVICE FROM A CLINICIAN.

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Our Doctors and Advanced Nurse Practitioners are providing an advice line service every day between 8.30am and 4.30pm. Please call on 01275 832285 if you have a medical problem you wish to discuss. For emergencies such as chest pain, please call 999. 

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Free phone 0808 808 5252

  • Find out about activities happening locally! Join in, get active and be creative with hundreds of things happening every day around Bristol for everyone.
  • Well aware has details of local organisations, community hubs and services that can offer health and wellbeing support, care, advice, learning and development.
  • There are many support groups running that you can find on well aware for specific needs, medical conditions or to help your emotional health. Find out where and when they are running and who to contact to join.
  • Every day there are events happening around your area and most of them are free! If you don’t use the internet call our team and we can search for you

Dementia Cafe

The memory cafe is held at the surgery on the second Wednesday of each month from 10am-12pm. The Memory Cafe is for people with memory loss and the person who cares for them. The aim for the cafe is to provide a safe space to discuss issues around memory loss and to support both patients and carers. It provides an informal social gathering with the opportunities to meet others over a hot drink. 

We aim to have a guest speaker at most sessions and we also have activities which can include reminiscing through music, singing, quizzes and raffles etc. 

The cafe is free of charge but a donation towards refreshments is greatly appreciated.



 
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