Ordering repeat prescriptions

Patients on regular medication can order repeat prescriptions in a number of ways:

  • Using your NHS account (through the NHS website or in the NHS App)
  • Online- follow the link at the top of this page to complete a simple one-off registration.
  • In person- place your computerised repeat slip in the box provided in reception with the required items clearly marked.
  • By post- send it to us with a stamped addressed envelope if you want us to post it back to you.

Please note we are unable to accept requests for medication over the telephone.

Please allow two full working days for prescriptions to be processed and remember to take weekends and bank holidays into account.


Questions about your prescription

If you have questions about your medicine, your local pharmacists can answer these. They can also answer questions on medicines you can buy without a prescription.

The NHS website has information on how your medicine works, how and when to take it, possible side effects and answers to your common questions.

If you would like to speak to someone at the GP surgery about your prescription:

  • phone us after 10am.
  • fill in our online medication query form below.

Medication reviews

If you have a repeat prescription, we may ask you to come in for a regular review. We will be in touch when you need to come in for a review.

Prescription charges

Find out more about prescription charges (

What to do with old medicines

Take it to the pharmacy you got it from or bring it in to the surgery. Do not put it in your household bin or flush it down the toilet.

About pharmacists

As qualified healthcare professionals, pharmacists can offer advice on minor illnesses such as:

  • coughs
  • colds
  • sore throats
  • tummy trouble
  • aches and pains

They can also advise on medicine that you can buy without a prescription.

Many pharmacies are open until late and at weekends. You do not need an appointment.

Most pharmacies have a private consultation room where you can discuss issues with pharmacy staff without being overheard.