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OPENING HOURS 


8.00am - 6.30pm Monday - Friday.


The practice is open for pre booked extended hour appointments from 6.30 - 7.00pm


This excludes Bank Holidays and Training Days



The Practice will be Closed on the following afternoons for training from 12.30pm  


Dates 2017/18


Wed 6th December


Wed 17th January


Wed 21st February


Wed 14th March


Wed 18th April


Wed 16th May


Wed 13th June


Wed 11th July


Wed 12th September


Wed 10th October


Wed 14th November


Wed 5th December



 


 

Happy Hour Group

The Happy Hour Group

In February 1994 a group of patients who attended The Abington Medical Centre surgery were offered the chance to get together to socialise on one afternoon each month. 

The meetings were originally held in one of the back rooms of the GP practice.  Fortunately, its popularity grew, therefore new premises had to be found. 

The Community Centre at Parklands provided the ideal venue at the time and the group still meets there.

Referrals from GPs are welcomed, as well as elderly people living in the catchment area self referring.

The friendly group meets on the last Thursday afternoon of each month from 1.45-3.45 and has a wide programme of activities/talks/outings. Tea and biscuits too, of course.

ABINGTON MEDICAL CENTRE   -   HAPPY HOUR GROUP

AT PARKLANDS COMMUNITY CENTRE   1.45 – 3.45PM 

PROGRAMME 2017

 

7th December Christmas Lunch TBC

Our meetings are held on the last Thursday in every month, except the November meeting

Volunteer drivers are always sought – could you spare a couple of hours once a month? Please contact either Barbara Knight on 01604 407346 or Chris Evans 01604 499268 for more details.

 

We look forward to welcoming you all!

 



 
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