Parking adjacent to the Health Centre is very limited, and is shared by visitors to the Health Centre as well as the Doctors' Surgery.
If you are physically able to leave your car at home or in one of the public parking areas in the town and come on foot, we would recommend that you do so. This will ensure that those patients with genuine mobility restrictions are able to park on site.
We request that users of the car park do so sensibly and with consideration for others.
Please do not use the designated disabled spaces if you do not have a "blue badge" permit.
Please also avoid parking on the footpath as this is dangerous for pedestrians, and please do not block the access to the rear of the building as this is required at all times in case of emergency by the doctors and also by ambulances.
Your co-operation would be appreciated.
Dr Philip Casey has announced his retirement from the practice at the end of April 2013, h…