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Young People and Parents

There is a host of advice and help available, surrounding a whole range of issues involving young people and young parents


Our team at the surgery, whether it be a Doctor, Nurse, GP Assistant or receptionist are only too happy to guide you about any of your health care needs.
If you feel you would like some privacy to discuss this whilst at reception please just ask and we can speak with you somewhere more private.  Alternatively please complete a privacy slip available from reception

Chlamydia screening
The surgery provides chlamydia screening for patients.

Please ask at reception for details - a privacy slip can be completed at reception if you wish your conversation to be discreet.

Results can be text messaged to you therefore please inform us of your correct mobile contact number

Family Planning and Contraception Services
Did you know we offer family planning and contraception services? All you need to do is make an appointment  with the Nurse or Doctor who can guide you through all the choices available through the NHS

Coil and contraception implants and removal are available at this surgery.  This service is also available to patients who are NOT registered at the practice . 

Please contact reception to book an appointment

Children, Adult & Young People Bereavement Support Group

CAYP Groups are held in Preston & Chorley the first Thursday of the month 6:00pm-7:30pm. For further information call 01772 528400 or email

Provided below are a few websites you may like to click on to find out more information on Contraception, Sexual Health,Young Peoples Services, Drugs and Alcohol,  Children and Parenting Concerns







Young people & Online Safety

You may be interested in some general information about young people and online safety – here are some useful links; which features popular resources such as the Social Media checklists and So You Got Naked Online


If you require urgent help, the following may be useful:


If you are at risk of harm, please call 999 or contact your local Police.

If you believe a child is at risk you can contact CEOP via, the NSPCC on 0808 800 5000, or your local safeguarding board.


For other support you may consider contacting one of the following organisations;-


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