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3rd October
We are experiencing some issues with our phone lines affecting inbound calls to the practice. The queue buster has been disabled and we are waiting an engineer to come on site. The patient central team are doing the best they can using a backup phone solution. You can still use the prioryCARE form and attend our reception desks if needed. Please be patient with our staff as they are working extremely hard in difficult circumstances. We will update our facebook page if things change. Many thanks. 

Dentistry and Optician

Community Eye Care Service (CECS)

Symptoms that can be seen under the service include:

  • Loss of vision, including transient loss
  • Flashes and floaters
  • Ocular pain and irritation
  • Eye infections that have not responded to treatment 
  • Trichiasis (in growing eyelashes)

If you have dry eye or red eye symptoms you may be advised to self-care or seek support from your local pharmacy first.

The Community Urgent Eyecare Service provides urgent assessment, treatment or referral for sudden onset eye problems. You should contact your chosen practice by telephone and ask for an urgent eyecare service appointment, visit their website to see local eligible opticians and their contact details.
A leaflet about the service.


General Practice staff cannot give advice about dental issues. Please contact your registered dentist if you have a dental problem, if you are not registered with a dentist please contact NHS111.