When We Are Closed    - Call 111

In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.


Staff availability

The below times are subject to change due to holidays and other commitments:

Dr Sykes available Monday & Wednesday

Dr Pelc available Monday, Thursday & Friday

Dr Walton available on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday

Dr Gascoyne available on Tuesday and Wednesday 

Dr Worsnop available on Thursday and Friday

Dr Argyle available on Tuesday and Friday 

Dr Liley available on Tuesday and Thursday 

Dr Holdsworth available on Monday

Dr Smart available on Friday


Our nurses are available for vaccinations, health checks and routine screening (e.g. cervical smears, blood pressure).  They can deal with minor ailments. If you feel you could save your own time and the doctors time by seeing them, please ask at reception.

In addition our practice nurses are available for Asthma Review, Diabetes Review, Family Planning (including fitting of IUDs and emergency contraception), Cervical Screening and Teenage Health Sessions.

Sister R Spray


Nurse J Clarke
Nurse J Wathall

Healthcare Assistants

Our healthcare assistants are able to do a variety of things besides  phlebotomy or ‘blood-taking’ clinics each week. Such as  attaching 24 hour blood pressure monitors or ecg's as well as holding CVD clinics.

Mrs Fiona Archer
Mrs Rebecca (Bex) Wolstenholme



Our phlebotomist Amanda is available to take blood in her clinics.

If you need a blood test, please try to book in with Amanda, Fiona or Bex.

Mrs Amanda Bolt
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