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Our FLU CLINIC this year is on Saturday 7th October.  If you're eligible, please make your appointment now.

Friends and Family Test results so far show that 99% of our patients said they are extremely likely to recommend our practice to their friends or family members.

The NHS has requested us to tell every patient who their doctor is.  If you wish to be told, please call us on 01452 740213.  If you come to the surgery, the receptionist will probably confirm this with you.

If you were aged 70 - 73, or 78 - 79 on 1st September 2016, you can have a shingles vaccination.  You need only one of these to protect you, so please make your appointment now.

Our PPG currently has 8 committee members, of whom most are of retirement age.  The group meets quarterly.  To invite patients to get involved, posters were put up in the surgery and invitations were extended to the narrowboat community and also to members of the mums and toddlers group.  We have attempted to make the group representative of the age demographic of our patient list, but involvement comes more willingly from senior patients, who can draw on their experience and perhaps have more time to give to the group.  The practice learns the views and recommendations of the PPG at the quarterly meetings. 

 Walking for Health in Severnside - Frampton PPG

The next walk in the area will take place on Wednesday 17th January starting from the Bell Hotel car park at Frampton on Severn. Please meet at 9.45 for a 10.00 am start. As usual, the walk can include stiles and field paths, is approximately 2 miles in length and should take a maximum of 90 Minutes.

For more info, please ring Nick Peters on 01452 740265 or email

Nick Peters  &  Keith Parry - walk leaders

The next walks in 2018 will take place on Thurs 15th Feb & Weds 14th Mar


A helpful information leaflet is available to collect from Frampton Surgery produced by the PPG.  It’s available in the waiting room and contains contact details for local emergency, pharmacy, health and welfare services.


A Befriending Group  for those who are housebound has been started by the PPG with help of the Village Agent.  For more info. please contact the surgery.

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