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There is advice and guidance on the website for anyone experiencing domestic abuse, which may have been exacerbated by the COVID lockdown.

The practice is working on developing a discreet ‘code word’ for those patients seeking help at the practice in line with the Hidden Harms Summit Held today.

If you need help and support with domestic abuse in the meantime please contact the surgery or please contact one of the numbers below. If any of these issues have affected you, here's how you can get help and advice:

Call the National Domestic Abuse Helpline for free and confidential advice, 24 hours a day on 0808 2000 247.

Women's Aid has a range of direct services for survivors, including a live chat service and an online Survivors’ Forum.

The Men’s Advice Line is a confidential helpline for male victims of domestic abuse and those supporting them. Contact on: 0808 801 0327.
Galop runs the National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse specialist helpline. Contact: 0800 999 5428. Email:…/coronavirus-covid-19-support-for-victi…

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Welton and District Patient and Doctors' Association (PDA)

As you will already know the volunteers of the PDA spend a lot of time throughout the year planning and delivering various fundraising events for the benefit of the Practice. As COVID restrictions have taken over, this means that they have not been able to fundraise at events such as the Spring Lunch and May Fayre. It is also unlikely (but not yet confirmed) that the Autumn Fayre and potentially the Christmas Lunch will not go ahead in 2020. As a result, fundraising levels for surgery equipment and transport schemes have depleted and unfortunately will continue to do so.

We appreciate that these are unprecedented times for all of us, but this is where they need your help!

The PDA would like to plan a raffle, the same as they always do for the Autumn Fayre (believe me planning does start this early in the year!), and they are in need of donations for raffle prizes. Are you a business owner that is still working and would like to give something back? Do you know someone that could donate a unique and exciting prize? Do you have friends / relatives / colleagues that have businesses that would be willing to donate a prize? The bigger the better!

Again, we fully appreciate that lots of businesses are not in a position to do so, but if you are and you would like to give something back to the surgery then we would be grateful if you would consider the PDA as a worthy cause. If anyone is interested in donating please contact Janet Goddard (PDA Transport Co-Ordinator) on 01673 862570 or Nadina Prestedge (Practice Manager) on 01673 862232.

Welton Family Health Centre are working in conjunction with Welton Parish Council to co-ordinate a Covid-19 response team for our patients. 

If you are in need of help OR are able to help during this difficult time please contact the Parish Council at or telephone 01673 860336.


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Flu Vaccinations for the under 65s have arrived. 

Flu vaccinations for children aged, 2yrs & 3yrs (dob range 1.9.2015 - 31.8.17) are also here. 

please contact the surgery on 01673 862232 to book your appointment. 

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People in their 70's born on or after 2 September 1942 and those aged 78 or 79 years are eligible for shingles vaccination. 


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