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Each month we have a half day closure for staff training. 

On each of the following staff training dates we will close at 1pm.


We are open as normal in the morning and we will reopen as normal the following day.


If, during the times above, you require medical assistance please follow the guidance provided in "When We Are Closed"


  •   During 2020, the surgery will be closed from 1pm on the following dates


Thursday 16th January

Wednesday 5th February

Thursday 19th March

Tuesday 28th April

Wednesday 13th May

Tuesday 9th June

Thursday 16th July

Thursday 24th September

Wednesday 14th October

Thursday 12th November

  •   During 2019, the surgery will be closed from 1pmon the following dates

 17th January

7th February

13th March

9th April

14th May

12th June

18th July

24th September

16th October

7th November


2018 staff training dates were:

11th January

6th February

14th March

25th April

22nd May

14th June

19th July

20th September

9th October

7th November


2017 staff training dates:

1st February

15th March

5th April

9th May

13th June

20th July

21st September

10th October

14th November


2018 Staff training dates:

11th January

6th February

14th March

25th April

22nd May

14th June

19th July

20th September

9th October

7th November


2016 staff training dates were:

14th January

2nd February

16th March

12th April

10th May

8th June

20th July

13th September

11th October

16th November


During 2015, staff training dates were:

7th January

3rd February

18th March

23rd April

19th May

10th June

23rd July

17th September

20th October

10th November


During 2014, staff training dates were:

Wednesday 19th March

Wednesday 30th April

Tuesday 20th May

Wednesday 11th June

Thursday 24th July

Thursday 18th September

Tuesday 21st October

Wednesday 5th November




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