• As per the BMA guidance, GPs are not obliged to provide evidence of illness for schools, colleges or universities - even for missing exams - and we reserve the right to decline to provide that service.

  • We are registering new patients - please come into reception and complete a registration form.

  • Click here to visit the NHS Mind Quiz - in conjunction with this years Every Mind Matters campaign

  • Try the new NHS App to get instant advice and prove your Covid-19 vaccination status.

  • Looking to quit smoking? Visit Quit Squad for helpful advice and resources.

  • Click here for latest government guidance on Covid-19, available in 60 languages

  • Has your child been affected by cancer or bereavement? Speak to us about CancerHelp Children & Young People's Service

Support for Children


For Children aged 4-8, please click on the below link and take a survey!

Recently PAPYRUS, the UK Charity for the prevention of young suicide, launched a guide which offers practical and professional advice to parents and carers who are supporting a young person experiencing thoughts of suicide or self-harm. Please see the below guide for more help and information:


Children and Young People’s Bereavement Support Team logo



Often it can help to meet with others in similar situations by sharing experiences in a safe, relaxed environment tailored for young people.

Children and Young People (CAYP) Bereavement Support Group is a support group for children and young people who have experienced a loss through death. 

The group will provide a safe place to express thoughts and feelings at this sad and frightening time.

All are welcome to our centre at Preston North End football ground, please ring the team for details


Bereavement Support

Please Ring:    (01772) 528400

Text:               07525196970


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