Destination Cranleigh has created this live blog to provide local news and information as the coronavirus crisis continues.
The Destination Cranleigh team will be updating this post on a regular basis; please bookmark the link and check back for updates.
If you would like to share news about event cancellations, support networks or other relevant items here, please email email@example.com.
25/03/2020 – Cranleigh Post Office
After Friday cranleigh post office will be closed unfortunately due to several of the staff having medical problems we have to close, we have not taking the decision lightly and it has been very difficult to make a decision for what is right for the staff and the customers but feel it is out of our control at the moment.
24/03/2020 – Pistols Kitchen
We are now operating a contactless delivery service from Pistols Kitchen HQ. This means we can bake and prepare your orders to be delivered in the chosen local areas.
These would be;
🥧 Oakwood Hill
🥧 Ellen’s Green
Delivery to the above areas starts today, through to Saturday, deliveries between 5-7pm.
We additionally dedicating an hour of deliveries tomorrow to Lower Kingswood, Kingswood and Chipstead. We have orders for these areas for tomorrow and we would like to continue to deliver biweekly to these areas.
All orders must be over £20 and there is a £5 delivery charge.
We want to thank everyone for all your comments and interest in this service we are going to provide, we appreciate each and every one of you!
We will also be taking Bank Transfer ONLY prior to delivery, we will drop the meal to your doorstep, no contact due to all government guidelines which we are taking very seriously.
You can pre order on the day (as early as possible) by texting 07984618809.
If you are in the chosen local areas above and would like a delivery this evening get in touch!
Our pie options tonight are;
🐄 Traditional minced beef
🥩 Steak and ale
🍗 Chicken and ham
🧀 Cheese and onion (suitable for veggies)
All meals can be with mash and include a gravy or liquor.
Thank you from us at Pistols Kitchen HQ.
Stay safe guys 🥧
24/03/2020 – Lloyds Bank
Lloyds Mobile Banking service in Village Way suspended until further notice.
24/03/2020 – Vision Express
24/03/2020 – Boots
Opening times apply to big Boots only.
Open from 9.30am to 5pm to the public. This is so we can get essential work done to keep this moving in the right direction.
Closed from 12.30 till 1.30 so all staff can get some lunch and again essential work can be done. 2m distancing has been applied (look for the black and yellow markers)
If collecting prescription please ensure you know the name of person your collecting for, 1st line of address and postcode. These are rules laid down by our governing body not made up by us. Would also help if you have some idea of what you are being asked to collect and when the prescription( not the medication) was expected in store. This will make it a whole lot quicker in the queues.
Delivery charges will not be applied to over 70’s (only confirmed from today)
Our 1st preference would be for people who can ask for help do, either from friends or neighbours or from firstname.lastname@example.org or Guildford and Waverley Volunteer Centre Telephone: 01483 565456. This would enable us to keep the service available to those who have no other option. The drivers cover a vast area of Surrey not just Cranleigh and surrounding villages.
Lastly we will deliver but you will be asked to pay £5 ( introduced in September 2019) , the NHS do not pay anything to cover the cost of running such a service and we need the vehicles on the road.
We want to be able to be there for you at this time and would appreciate all enquiries to the store (01483 274207) for expert advice or information.
Also please allow plenty of time to order regular prescription medicines. We ask for 7 days but will and can do sooner if it needed/possible.
24/03/2020 – Smithbrook Picture Framing
It’s with a heavy heart we announce the closure of our framing business for three weeks while we wait for further government instructions.
We do apologise for any inconvenience, however we need to look out for ourselves and our business.
24/03/2020 – Cranleigh Show
The 2020 Cranleigh Show will take place on Sunday, 13th September 2020
The organising committee of the Cranleigh Show has today announced the postponement of this year’s show due to the increased threat of the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Following the Government’s guidance, it is likely that COVID-19 will still be active within our community in June so it was felt it is the most responsible action was to reschedule the Show to protect our visitors, volunteers, exhibitors and traders from the spread of the virus. We will continue to act on government advice and will be monitoring the situation closely.
The show will now be held on Sunday 13th September 2020.
This difficult decision has not been taken lightly but in the hope that the Show will be able to play a role, later in the year, supporting the local community to move forward. The intention is for all applications, entries and contracts to be carried forward to the new date.
The Show Committee would like to thank the public, traders, competitors and sponsors for their understanding and patience during this period of uncertainty and what is an unprecedented situation.
For further information please contact Anna Giller, Show Secretary 01483 267771 email@example.com
23/03/2020 – Food waste service for local businesses
Message from Waverley Borough Council:
We have been reminded to make local businesses aware of the food waste service at the Dunsfold AD facility. The waste collection partner (Benchmark Environmental) deliver the waste to Dunsfold, so businesses would contact them directly to arrange waste collections.
23/03/2020 – Little Manor Service Station
Like many businesses, Little Manor Service Station is needing to revise its operations in keeping with prevailing commercial and health requirements.
We have had to make the decision to revise our opening hours to 07.00 – 20.00 hours, as of tomorrow, Tuesday 24 March, for the time being. We hope this will not impact too much on you, our customers.
In the shop, we have made the difficult decision to withdraw our Rijo 42 Coffee facility as we see this as a significant risk area for transmission of the Virus. There are also floor markings to indicate the required social distance between customers whilst queuing.
On the plus side, we are still receiving regular deliveries from many of our suppliers. So, if you’re stuck for some of the essentials (including beer wine, and gin!), we may be worth a look.
And, as a reassurance, contrary rumours, there is no anticipation of fuel shortages in the foreseeable future.
Please follow us on Facebook for the latest information.
23/03/2020 – Cranleigh Co-op
Cranleigh Co-op would like to thank everyone for the great Cranleigh response to the call for people to apply for jobs as store colleagues to support the store in the present crisis. The store will be contacting some people for interview in the next couple of days and others a little later as events develop. Thanks once again for a fantastic response.
23/03/2020 – Manns of Cranleigh
In reaction to the Coronavirus outbreak, we have taken the decision to close the store temporarily with immediate effect. This decision has been taken with the health and wellbeing of staff, their families and the wider community in mind.
If you have any outstanding orders or specific enquiries please call between the hours of 10:00hrs and 14:00hrs and we will be able to assist – 01483 273777.
We look forward to welcoming you back to the store just as soon as our doors are open again.
23/03/2020 – ONE 40
It’s a sad moment but I’m afraid we have taken the decision, as of now, to close our doors temporarily. This is the first time in 60 years trading that we have had to do this, but Elaine & I think that it is the safest option for our staff and customers
On a personal note this is totally counter-intuitive. Fighters to the last we have had to recognise that this is the right moment to pack our tent. Please rest assured that, barring any further unknowns, we will re-open as soon as it is sensible to do so
I had hoped that we would be able to continue with some form of food takeaway and delivery but, having looked long and hard at how we might achieve it, we cannot find a way. I am sorry if you were pinning your hopes on a ONE 40 salad or a slice of heavenly carrot cake – absence does, though, make the heart grow fonder!
23/03/2020 – Cranleigh Post Office
Just to inform residents that cranleigh post office will still be open but from Tuesday 24th March we will be reducing our hours for the safety of everyone our hours will be Monday – Saturday 9-1 instead of 9-5.30 . I’m sorry for any inconvenience and hope everyone understands .
23/03/2020 – Can you help? Do you need help?
Anyone wanting to volunteer please email firstname.lastname@example.org. https://www.cranleigh-pc.gov.uk/Cranleigh_Volunteers_30572.aspx There will be a number of roles available for those at home in isolation and those able to get out to deliverFor people needing assistance Surrey County Council Community Helpline number 0300 200 108 https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/people-and-community/emergency-planning-and-community-safety/coronavirus , or Cranleigh Parish Council https://www.cranleigh-pc.gov.uk/Coronavirus_30571.aspx and there will be a central Hotline manned within Cranleigh for people seeking assistance from tomorrow – will update that number once confirmed.
For those in urgent need of food, or have food they can donate, the Cranleigh Food bank will now be every Friday at the Baptist Church 10-12.For all businesses now providing take-away services please contact Cranleigh Parish Council who will update their website https://www.cranleigh-pc.gov.uk/Take_Aways_30653.aspx
23/03/2020 – New Lotus House
Dearest customers of New Lotus House.
We have been wrestling with this dilemma since Friday and after many sleepless nights we have come to the decision of closing our shop for a month. It was a difficult and tearful decision but one which we feel is in the best interest of our family and the public. We will revisit this decision in about a month and reassess the situation.
We would like to thank our customers for their continued support and look forward to serving you all again in the not too distant future.
Wishing everyone good health.
Jeffrey & Iris and the boys; Aaron, Ethan & Isaac.
23/03/2020 – SGG Dunsfold Park Garage
We are still open for business but taking everyones health and safety seriously. We are using bacterial wipes on surfaces we are in contact with, for example keys, steering wheels, credit card machines etc plus equipment/areas used by both employees and customers. In the reception area we will stand away from the desk to maintain the correct distance between us. We will remain open as long as possible and hope to see you soon.
22/03/2020 – One Stop
We are still having bread and milk deliveries 6 days a week, we have limited these products to one per customer per visit which seems to be helping. Our supply chain is still going strong and we will do our best to keep our doors open and our shelves stocked 😊 The community plays a big part in this so please everyone be considerate to others and only buy what you need, keep your distance and #bekind
Thanks for your support.
22/03/2020 – Lee Taman Hairdressing
You will no doubt have noticed all of the retail businesses with the exception of supermarkets and chemists are now closing.Regretfully for obvious health reasons and lack of customers our business Lee Taman, in line with other hair salons in Cranleigh will be closing from Monday 23rd March.We had considered mobile hairdressing but have been advised against this because of cross infection.We will keep you notified of any updates.Some of our clients don’t have social media so we will be ringing as many clients as we can informing them of the situation. Our staff and clients health is most important in these difficult times. Even though the government has said hair salons can keep trading we feel by shutting it will help to get us back to normality quicker. Thank you for your understanding.
22/03/2020 – Cranleigh Trail Marathon
All entrants will receive a full refund shortly, directly from SiEntries.
We look forward to relaunching the 2021 version of the event as soon as we are able to do so.
22/03/2020 – Cranleigh Food Bank
**URGENT REQUEST** Cranleigh Food Bank urgently needs:
TINNED RICE PUDDINGS,
All donations can be left either in the box located in front of the tills at Sainsbury’s or in the trolley at the Coop.
The Food Bank will be running an “extra” foodbank session next Friday 27th of March.
22/03/2020 – The Bull’s Head, Ewhurst
The Bull’s Head in Ewhurst is providing takeaway hot dinners. To be collected at the entrance.
If there is a queue please follow the Covid19 etiquette by maintaining social distance. Thank you.
The plan is simple, just call them with your order, pay over the phone or contactless when you arrive and they will tell you when your food is ready for collection.
Sunday Takeaway Roast available from 12-3pm
Roast Pork with stuffing, roast potatoes & vegetables £7.95
If you bring your own container you can fill it with ale, cider or larger at £3 per pint.
For more information, or to place an order, please call 01483 277447.
22/03/2020 – The Hair Boutique by Rachel Helen
To all our amazing loyal customers
After another sleepless night . I have decided to close The Hair Boutique from today until the end of April but will await further information from the government in the extremely sad and difficult time.
Myself and all the guys at the salon are so lucky to have you all as such wonderful loyal clients and we hope to see you all as soon as possible in a safer time.
We will miss the chat and laughter that we all so much enjoy .
My team at the salon are not just employees but are my friends.
Together we will fight again to come back from increasingly scary time and will rise again .
Much love and light to all of you over this uncertain period .
Keep safe and well
We will see you soon
21/03/2020 – Idyllic Beauty and Day Spa
It is with greatest regret that from 5pm today we will be closing our doors. As you can imagine this is a very emotional time for all of our team but we want to reassure you we will re-open with a bang!
Please do call, e-mail us or message us on social media for any last minute treatments today, gift vouchers or products. We are doing 20% off mini bundles of beauty products today and buy 1, get the 2nd at 40% off across all Dermalogica today too.
Please keep in contact with us whether that is via our social media platforms or by e-mail and telephone. We are going to work hard to try and put certain measures in place like diverting the phone to Harriet’s mobile, updating social media with content to keep everyone going over this turbulent time and we have some more ideas too so keep your eyes peeled.
You will still be able to book online at the moment for appointments from the 30th April but we will endeavor to keep you updated if this changes. We will anticipate a very high demand when we do re-open.
And lastly we would like to say how much we have enjoyed looking after all our clients at the salon through what has been an extremely testing time for all and please look after yourselves, isolate as much as possible and stay safe. We look forward to seeing you all through our doors as soon as we can.
Harriet, Zoe, Vicki, Sabrina, Tasha, Amy, Sarah, Vanessa and Kristina x
21/03/2020 – ONE 40
Of course we saw it coming but we were not sure when and in what form, but as of now we have to close the Cafe. The real dilemma is whether to close the shop too, and we will take time to consider our options. Our first priority is to our staff and for that reason we are changing our plans for this weekend
SATURDAY. As it’s Mother’s Day weekend we will open the shop from 10-4 (yes, with GIN)
SUNDAY. We will be CLOSED, a gift for the two Elaines who would have been working but can now be spoilt rotten by their families
I am sorry but we will not be offering takeaway today. I want our wonderful Cafe staff to take a well earned breather
WHAT ARE WE DOING BEYOND THE WEEKEND?
We were shutting on Monday anyway but that means we have a bit of time to come up with a sensible plan
I’ll be in touch again soon with another delightfully extended missive to let you know what’s what – oh the anticipation
21/03/2020 – Cranfold Physical Therapy Centre
As of Monday 23rd, we will no longer be able to hold face-to-face appointments with our patients. As tough as this decision was, we know it is the best practice in the interest of protecting our patients, therapists, and staff here at Cranfold.
At Cranfold we continue to support our patients even though it may be under different circumstances.
We are moving into different ways of reaching out to you and connecting you with your physios by offering remote consultations either by telephone or over Skype.
If you already have an appointment booking in with us, we are on the case of getting in touch shortly to discuss your options.
If you would like to book in for one of these remote appointments, please do give us a call: 01483 267 747.
20/03/2020 – The Richard Onslow
To everyone in our community
As we’ve navigated our way through the Corona Crisis, we’ve been doing everything we can to protect the livelihoods of our team and serve our community the best we can.
Now along with everyone else, we’ll be temporarily closing our doors, whilst we work through our ideas to continue supporting our team and community. There are a number of things we are looking at, from food supplies to our elders and local care homes, to delivery of essentials for those in isolation. If you’ve got any ideas what we can do in this time of need, please do reply and we’ll work through each and every one.
It is a really worrying time for all of us, our team, our business Peach Pubs, all our wonderful suppliers, our industry and everyone in our community.
We have now received the powerful Government support which has allowed us to retain our team. Sadly some of our team will receive pay that is less than they are used to. We have created a hardship fund and if you wish to support them, buy a voucher or two. Every single penny will be paid to individuals within the team, dependent on their need, within 10 days of receipt.
Our thoughts are with you all and we look forward to welcoming you back for a glass of wine or a decent pint when the sun shines on us all again.
Stay safe and our best wishes to you and all your family,
Tom, Hamish & the Peach Partners
20/03/2020 – Curry Inn 84 and Spice Takeaway
I’m Jubair, Owner of Curry Inn 84 and Spice takeaway in Cranleigh, at this difficult time I would like to offer complimentary meals to the NHS and emergency care workers. from both of my establishments. As they are working really hard to keep our nation safe.
Please if you can kindly forward this message to the right people will highly appreciate it. Stay safe
Curry inn84 Tel :01483 273992
Spice Takeaway Tel: 01483 271919
20/03/2020 – Cranleigh Medical Practice
We would like to thank patients for your cooperation over this time.
We are still open, however please do NOT come to the Practice unless we have invited you for an appointment. Prescription requests can be made online by downloading the NHS app, or posted in the letter box outside the building. Samples can also be posted in the sample box outside.
If you need an appointment, please contact us by completing an e-consult on our website home page, or by calling 01483 273951.
If your problem is not urgent, we ask if you can consider whether you do need assistance during this period before contacting the Practice. There is a wealth of information regarding various conditions on the NHS 111 website.
If you are unsure whether to stay at home or if you are at risk, please follow the government guidance.
20/03/2020 – Cranleigh Library
All Surrey branch libraries, including Cranleigh Library, are closing by 5pm today and will remain closed for the remainder of the crisis.
They are extending loans until 1st July 2020 and also closing their out of hours return boxes at 5pm today.
For more information, visit surreycc.gov.uk/libraries/news-and-events/library-news/coronavirus
19/03/2020 – Cranleigh Parish Council is looking for Street Champions
We are looking for volunteers to help in our community, to post mail, collect shopping or urgent items, or just a phone call for a chat.
If you are well, could you help?
See our webpage for more details:
19/03/2020 – Manns of Cranleigh
Updated opening hours for Manns, now open 10am 4pm, Monday to Saturday (store), and 9am to 3pm, Monday to Saturday (cafe).
If you are isolating at home we are happy to deliver all available items to you. Just give us a ring on 01483 273777 or email email@example.com
And of course if you’re missing tea and cake give our cafe a call on 01483 273777 and we will deliver it to your door!
19/03/2020 – Oxfam and Oxfam Books
Oxfam are closing all their shops after Saturday.
This means that Oxfam General Cranleigh is closed until further notice due to volunteer shortages.
Oxfam Books Cranleigh will be open FRIDAY AFTERNOON FROM 1pm – 5pm ONLY, then we will be closed also until further notice.
We would appreciate any support you can offer tomorrow afternoon, but through the coming weeks you can also support Oxfam online – we have an online shop where you can find gems from all over the country!
For more information go to: www.oxfam.org.uk
19/03/2020 – Knowle Park Nursing Home
Hey everyone..as the schools will now officially be closing..can I ask if u have little ones who want to write letters/drawings ,we would love to receive them at our nursing home..all our residents are in isolation from all visitors..so please ,please ,please help us. Knowle Park Nursing Home, Knowle Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8JL
I know our residents would love to hear from your little ones xxxxxx
19/03/2020 – Surrey County Council Coronavirus Community Support Helpline
Surrey County Council has set up a Community Helpline number: 0300 200 1008 (live from 1pm, 19 March – then Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm)
We have set up a new community helpline to direct you to services that can help during the coronavirus pandemic.
This community phone line is here for two things:
To help direct residents who need support, such as picking up shopping, prescription collections or having someone who can be a telephone friend, to services who can help.
To provide advice on where to register your offer of help to support your community.
The helpline will not be able to provide any public health advice (please use existing services such as 111) or answer general enquiries relating to council services (these should be directed to our standard contact page https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/contact-us).
Please do pass this number onto those of your neighbours not on social media.
19/03/2020 – The Phone Workshop
An incredibly generous offer from Eddie at The Phone Workshop in Cranleigh.
Morning everyone, in light of yesterday’s announcement that all schools are to be shut until further notice, i have decided to try and do what i can for this community to keep it going.
to all Children and all students that still need to learn and study during this terrible time, i can try and help. if you have old laptops that you now will need to study on or use for learning remotely, but can’t because your laptop is not working correcting i will now attempt to REPAIR FREE OF CHARGE
if your laptop etc is running slow, windows not loading? anything software related, where there is no cost of ordering parts, if it’s just my time and knowledge that is needed i will do the repair FREE OF CHARGE.
this FREE service also applies to anyone wishing to give an old laptop to some one to stay in contact with who are vulnerable or self isolated, so they can use it for video calling and skype etc
i hope i can help keep this amazing community going!
18/03/2020 – ONE 40
ONE 40 has announced its new opening hours. They will be closed on Mondays and open from 10am to 4pm from Tuesday to Sunday each week. They are offering as much of their café menu as they can as take-away, and they’re looking at a delivery service too – more details to follow. Gin tasting will take place this Saturday (hoorah!) and Mother’s Day brunch/lunch is still on. If you’d like to book a table give them a ring on 01483 272627.
18/03/2020 – Costa Coffee
An update from Costa Coffee in Stocklund Square, Cranleigh. Starting today, they will be operating a takeaway only service, with all seating areas (indoor and out) closed. The store will operate on a cashless basis, and loyalty and gift cards will not be taken unless on an app. No reusable cups will be accepted and no water bottle refills will be available in store.
18/03/2020 – Schools update
The UK government’s Education Secretary, Gavin Williamson – responsible for the system in England – will make a statement in the House of Commons at 17:00GMT.
In the past hour the governments in both Wales and Scotland have both said their schools would be closing by the end of the week.
18/03/2020 – Cromwell Coffee House
Cromwell Coffee House is temporarily closed due to the coronavirus outbreak. With more than half of customers in the over-70s age group, and the recent government advice regarding social distancing, Mike and Sally feel it is their social duty, and the best decision to protect the business, to close as of today. They look forward to reopening when the crisis is over.
18/03/2020 – Rowleys Centre for the Community
Rowleys Centre for the Community in Victoria Road is closed until further notice. Community meals are still being fulfilled for the moment. You can still phone for updates on 01483 277155 or check the website or Facebook pages which will be updated as and when there is news.
18/03/2020 – An offer from Hannah Carey at The Yoo Group
Having owned my own business on the high street for ten years, it is on my mind that many of you will be feeling confused, unsure and conflicted about what to do for the best for your people and your business in light of Covid-19.
You may not have come across us yet, but we are a Cranleigh based business consultancy specialising in employment and people matters. We work with small/medium businesses as well as big internationals, and we want to ensure that none of you are disadvantaged by not having access to proper support when you may need it the most.
So if you want to check something out or talk through your situation [either now or in the weeks to come] then please feel free to get in touch…and don’t be concerned about running up fees…we won’t be charging for chatting or sharing advice over the phone.
Please drop us a line with your contact details or fill in the form on our website www.theyoogroup.co.uk and we will be in touch to talk things through at a time that is convenient for you.
18/03/2020 – Business advice in challenging times
Waverley Borough Council have updated their Business Waverley website page to provide useful links and information for businesses during this challenging time: businesswaverley.co.uk/en-GB/page/5e70c3dd06a01522c93badfc
18/03/2020 – Cranleigh parkrun and Cranleigh junior parkrun
All parkrun events in the United Kingdom have been suspended with immediate effect due to the ongoing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation. At this stage we have cancelled events up to the end of March. Please follow our communications channels for ongoing updates. parkrun’s global position is published and will be updated here – http://parkrun.me/covid19
18/03/2020 – Cranleigh Business Show
The Cranleigh Business Show on 14th May 2020 is cancelled due to coronavirus.
18/03/2020 – Cranleigh in Bloom Great British Spring Clean
Following advice from Keep Britain Tidy, all group litter picks are advised to stop until the end of April 2020. As a result, Cranleigh in Bloom has cancelled its scheduled litter pick for 4th April 2020 is now cancelled.
17/03/2020 – Cranleigh School
With increasingly restrictive government advice regarding Covid-19 being issued on a daily basis, we have taken the decision to close the school earlier than we would like. We have not yet had any confirmed cases of Covid-19, however the situation nationally is escalating rapidly. New information has been issued this afternoon, from Public Health England via the Boarding Schools Association. This latest update indicates that were we to have a pupil displaying the symptoms of a fever or new and persistent cough, we would have to treat the affected boarding house as a ‘household’ which would entail isolating and containing all pupils within the house for 14 days. This is a situation we do not wish to risk. This combines with an increasing number of staff who are having to self-isolate.
We will therefore be closing the school tomorrow, to ensure that the pupils in our care are not at risk of being isolated at school. We will continue to educate the pupils until the end of term using remote learning. We know this is an anxious time and we are very grateful, as always, for the support and kindness that exist within our immediate community.
17/03/2020 – Cranleigh Arts Centre
“Consistent with government advice in relation to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) concerning visits to public buildings including theatres and places of public entertainment it with great sadness the Board of Trustees have decided that the Arts Centre will close for all performances, screenings, events and activities with effect from today 17th March 2020 until further notice. We cannot estimate how long this will be for but will be providing regular updates on our web-site, social media and by emails to audiences, Friends and supporters.”
17/03/2020 – Cranleigh 15/21
The Cranleigh 15/21 committee has come to the conclusion that in view of Government Guidance on COVID-19 and risks brought about by the virus there is no option but to cancel the Cranleigh 15/21 Race which was due to take place on 29th March 2020.
16/03/2020 – Spring into Cranleigh
Cranleigh Chamber of Commerce has taken the difficult decision to cancel the planned High Street Spring into Cranleigh Event on Saturday 25th April. There will be no French market, no stalls, stands or entertainment on the High Street.
12/03/2020 – Cranleigh Medical Practice
We are following the advice from NHS England and Public Health England and changing ways of working. In order to minimise risk to patients and staff we are completing most of our consultations by phone or video link. If you would like an appointment please complete an online consultation via the website homepage www.cranleighmedicalpractice.com or book a telephone consultation via the NHS app. If you cannot do this please contact the practice by phone.
If you have an appointment already booked you may receive a phone call to see if it can be dealt with by telephone or video link. If the clinician that telephones feels you need to be seen, this can be arranged.
If you do visit the practice, please do not be alarmed if the clinician that you are seeing is wearing a mask or taking other precautions.
To cancel your appointment you can do this on-line online or call the practice to do this for you.
If you suspect that you may have Coronavirus (COVID-19) please stay at home and contact NHS 111 https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19 or if you are unable please phone NHS 111 from any phone (it’s free), just dial 111.
The situation is changing quickly. This post was correct as of 12th March 2020.