Thank You from the Medical Practice

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Our building work is now nearing its end and we would like to thank everyone for their continued support and patience over the last 8 months.

The Practice would also like to thank the Town Hall Annexe for their support during our building work. They have accommodated various clinics and external providers of services for us including the monthly baby clinic.

Last week they also let us use the Annexe consulting room for 2 days while the Practice entrance was resurfaced and the waiting room and corridor had a new floor laid, this solved a huge problem for us and we are really grateful for their help and support during this challenging time.

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