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Important Notice - New Phone System

We are (through necessity) having a new phone system installed on the Monday 16th September 2019. There will inevitably be some disruption to our normal service whilst the installation is taking place and our staff get to grips with the new way of working. Please be patient with us. The system will have several benefits to our patients and staff including a ‘Queuebuster’ facility which lets you know where you are in the queue and will even call you back if there is a long wait. We are hoping normal operation will be resumed very quickly following installation.

Friends of Cropredy Surgery Fund

This Fund was started in 1984 by Mr M S Gummer for the purchase and upkeep of the ECG machine which was to remain the property of the Friends. 

Over the years, money has been donated and collected through the sale of books to be used for other purchases for the benefit of patients at the surgery.

The regular income is collected from sales of used books and videos that are available in the surgery waiting room. Patients and visitors donate small amounts of money (usually £1-£2) from a supply that is donated to the surgery by patients and visitors.

Occasionally, bequests are made to the surgery and they are also paid into this account.

Originally the fund was established to purchase an ECG machine and to pay for the upkeep, it being the property of the FoCS and on loan to the Surgery. 

Since then the fund has been used for the benefit of patients e.g. additions to the waiting room comfort, including a radio and toys for children.

Ideas for use of the funds are discussed at the Surgery’s PHCT (Primary Health Care Team) where all staff have an opportunity to make suggestions. 

Patients who think that there is something that would be useful to have in the surgery that we could buy from this fund, should let us know by emailing or by using traditional mail and writing to Andrea Kirtland, Practice Manager, Cropredy Surgery, Claydon Road, Cropredy Banbury OX17 1FB.

Similarly any donations for the fund can be made by writing to the same address, making cheques payable to Drs Wright & Tucker.

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