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  • Adult Mental Health Week click here for more details
  • CHUMS (emotional wellbeing services for children and young people) click here for more details
  • Keep your Head (information on mental health and wellbeing) click here for more details.
  • The Kite Trust (support for LGBT+ young people) click here for more details.

Please remember your local pharmacist can offer professional free advice and can answer questions about prescribed and over the counter medications.

Vitamin D can be bought over the counter from your local pharmacist or health food shop. People at risk of Vit D deficiency are those under 5, pregnant and breastfeeding mothers, people who have low exposure to sunlight, People with darker skin and people over 65.

New guidance from the CCG is that GP's can no longer issue prescriptions for any medications that can be bought over the counter, such as Paracetamol, Calpol, Aspirin, or hay fever medications like Cetirizine. This includes both adults and children.

Please see below a link for videos on treating a number of minor illnesses including sickness, flu and fevers.

Please be aware that Smear test results are currently taking 4-6 weeks to process by the laboratory. You will be sent letters directly from them. The results do not come to the surgery first.

The most efficient way to order a prescription is to use our electronic prescribing system - click here to read more

Community First Consultation Meeting

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG has extended the closing date for the ‘Community First’ consultation on proposed changes to the provision of inpatient beds for people with a learning disability in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. The closing date has been extended to 5pm on Friday 12 October 2018.


Public meetings


The meeting on 6 September will now take place from 1pm-3pm at the Meadows Community Centre in Cambridge and not at Over Conference and Community Centre.

There is an additional meeting taking place on 11 October 2018 from 1pm-3pm at the Town Hall in Peterborough.


If you would like us to come and talk at one of your meetings please contact us on the details below.


People with a learning disability and/or autism have the right to the same opportunities as anyone else; to live satisfying and varied lives and to be treated with dignity and respect.

Like everyone else, people with a learning disability and/or autism should be able to expect to live in their own home or another place of care within their local community, to develop and maintain positive relationships, and to receive the support they need to be healthy, safe, and an active part in society.

Our aim is that hospital admissions for people with a learning disability should be a last resort, of high quality, integrated with community services, and focus on people’s recovery so that they can be discharged back to the community in a timely way.

To do this we are planning to redesign inpatient services and to invest in community and primary preventative services for people with a learning disability and/or autism.

We are asking for your views on our proposals.

The consultation documents and details of how to respond can be found on our website at



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