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Closure for Training: To enable the doctors and staff to keep up to date the practice will be closed for staff training from 12.30pm to 4:00pm on Wednesday 8th May 2019, Wednesday 4th September 2019 and Wednesday 11th December 2019.

Closures for Bank Holidays 2019:
  1st January, 19th April, 22nd April, 6th May, 27th May, 26th August, 25 & 26th December.

Patient Group:
We are looking for additional patients who may be interested in joining the practice patient group. Follow the link "Have your say" for further information.

Cancer - warning signs & symptoms

Research recently published by Cancer Research UK has highlighted 'red flag" symptoms for possible cancer.

If you have any of these symptoms, please consider consulting with your GP so that your symptoms can be assessed. Please note that many of these symptoms can arise from causes other than cancer. If you have any of these symptoms it simply means that cancer needs to be considered as one of the possible causes.

1.  Persistent cough or hoarseness - could indicate lung cancer

2.  A change in the appearance of a mole - could mean you're suffering skin cancer

3.  A persistent change in bowel habits - could be a sign of bowel cancer

4.  A sore that does not heal - depends on where, a mouth ulcer could mean mouth cancer

5.  Persistent difficulty swallowing - can mean a person is suffering oesophageal cancer

6.  Unexplained weight loss - can indicate several types of cancer

7.  Persistent change in bladder habits - could be a sign of bladder cancer and prostate cancer in men

8.  An unexplained lump - can be a warning sign of many forms of the disease

9.  Persistent unexplained pain - depending on where, can denote many types of cancer

10.Unexplained bleeding - depends where but can mean bowel, cervical or vulval cancer

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