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Dec
11
Mon
8:00 pm Parish Council Meeting @ Wigmore Village Hall
Parish Council Meeting @ Wigmore Village Hall
Dec 11 @ 8:00 pm – 10:15 pm
Wigmore Group Parish Council The group parish council meets every 2nd Monday in the month (other than August) at Wigmore Village Hall. Why not come along and have your say about anything you would like to discuss about your village? The[...]
Jan
8
Mon
8:00 pm Parish Council Meeting @ Wigmore Village Hall
Parish Council Meeting @ Wigmore Village Hall
Jan 8 @ 8:00 pm – 10:15 pm
Wigmore Group Parish Council The group parish council meets every 2nd Monday in the month (other than August) at Wigmore Village Hall. Why not come along and have your say about anything you would like to discuss about your village? The[...]
Feb
2
Fri
all-day Battle of Mortimer’s Cross Anniv...
Battle of Mortimer’s Cross Anniv...
Feb 2 all-day
Anniversary of the Wars of the Roses battle, fought in 1461 almost on our doorstep. The Mortimer’s Cross pub now stands roughly in the centre of what would have been the battlefield on that day.

Health Care

152792The Mortimer Medical Practice is a rural dispensing practice. Dr Robert Williams started the practice over a hundred years ago at the Croase House, Kingsland. Since then we have expanded to five partners and two assistants looking after 7700 patients. The main surgery, Croase Orchard at Kingsland, was completed in 1989. The impressive purpose-built surgery contains five consulting rooms, a Nurses’ treatment room and a Health Care Assistants’ treatment room. A new annexe for the District Nurses, Secretary and Practice Manager was completed in 2000. This now houses our new dispensary.

Contact Telephone Numbers:

  • Croase Orchard Surgery – 01568 708214
  • Orleton Surgery – 01584 831300
  • Leintwardine Surgery – 01547 540355

For the full Mortimer Medical Practice website, please click here

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