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• Fri 23 December 2022 – Surgery is open from 8.00 – 18.30
Sat 24 December 2022 – Surgery is closed
Sun 25 December 2022 – Surgery is closed
Mon 26 December 2022 – Surgery is closed
Tue 27 December 2022 – Surgery is closed
• Wed 28 December 2022 – Surgery is open from 8.00 – 18.30
• Thu 29 December 2022 – Surgery is open from 8.00 – 18.30
• Fri 30 December 2022 – Surgery is open from 8.00 – 18.30
Sat 31 December 2022 – Surgery is closed
Sun 1 January 2023 – Surgery is closed
Mon 2 January 2023 – Surgery is closed
• Tue 3 January 2023 – Surgery is open from 8.00 – 18.30
• Wed 4 January 2023 – Surgery is open from 8.00 – 18.30
• Thu 5 January 2023 – Surgery is open from 8.00 – 18.30
• Fri 6 January 2023 – Surgery is open from 8.00 – 18.30

When the surgery is closed please Call 111 or 999 in a medical emergency.

Practice News Updates

Malmesbury League of Friends & The Rotary Club of the South Cotsolds join forces to buy asthma machine for Malmesbury Primary Care Centre

Malmesbury League of Friends (MLOF) and the Rotary Club of the South Cotswolds (RCSC) have joined forces to purchase a […]

COVID and Flu Vaccination Clinic Saturday 22nd October

We look forward to seeing you this Saturday, 22nd October at our COVID and flu clinic for patients Please note, […]

Adult Flu and COVID vaccine boosters -Autumn 2022 update (8th September 2022)

  Please do not call us to book your vaccine We will contact you when we are ready to book […]

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