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Sonning Common Health Centre
Information for Patients

We are a friendly, caring practice with a strong sense of teamwork and innovation. We want you the patient, to feel important to us.

Sonning Common Health Centre was rated Outstanding after its last Care Quality Commision visit. We are very proud to say we are one of only 6% practices in the country to recieve this rating.


Support and Transport for the Community
These are difficult and unprecedented times for everyone, but communities are pulling together and there are so many lovely people everywhere who have come forward to offer their help. More information


Local Information

All dates and activities may change due to Coronavirus

Rotherfield Peppard Parish Council Website
Sonning Common Health Centre Winter Newsletter
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Update for 50th anniversary celebration at Sonning Common Health Centre

We have decided that this special event will be further postponed until next year. This won’t come as a surprise to you.
We intend to hold the event on Sunday 27th June 2021. Please put that in your diaries. It will be a celebration not only of the 50st Anniversary – just but also the return to a new normal post Covid -19.
We still hope to have an open house with catering and activities for the young and not so young. There will be a display of the history and successes over the years. Groups such as Green Gym, Health Walks, Health Cycling and Functional Physio/Pilates and Active Leaders will be invited to have stalls to display information on healthy activities.

We very much hope that you will be able to join us next June, we will write again next spring with more details.
Kind regards, stay safe.
Kim, Ralph and Nick
GP Partners

If you would like to reply by email so that we can use this for future communications, you can either send to Sue Abbott sue.abbott6@nhs.net  or Sue Litchfield sue.HAT1999@gmail.com


Citizens Advice needs volunteer advisers
We can all face problems that are too stressful or complicated to sort out alone.
Last year our 150 volunteers advised over 11,000 people. We helped three quarters resolve their debt, benefits, employment and housing problems.
We now need more advisers to help us during and after the Covid-19 crisis. Read more

Citizens Advice can help you through financial difficulties
If you are facing financial problems in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Citizens Advice can help find a way forward.
Citizens Advice research has revealed that currently over 13 million people are unable to pay, or expect to be unable to pay, at least one of their household bills. These bills are higher than usual in any case because the population is spending more time at home during the lockdown. For 11 million of these people, a missed bill could have drastic consequences: eviction, the bailiffs, or disconnection.
It is vital that you do not give way to despair, feel isolated with your problems and consider that you have to solve them all by yourself. For instance, Citizens Advice can help maximise your income with a benefit check if your working hours have dropped or if you are made redundant. We can help you decide on the best way to manage your debts in your individual situation. Get in touch with us by telephone on Adviceline (0300 330 9042). There is also a lot of useful information on our website https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk where you can also chat online.


Neighbourhood Policing – November 2019 Newsletter

Partnership working

Rotherfield Peppard Parish Council volunteers utilised our Speed Indicator Device (SID) for two days during October. 15 vehicles identified speeding during a thirty minute period. On another day 12 vehicles speeding during a thirty minute period. Many of these vehicles travelling at a speed of up to 42mph in a 30mph residential zone. ..read more


Get help with home repairs

There are services and funds available to help people (owners and private tenants) stay independent, safe and well in their homes, and Oxfordshire County Council has developed a referral service to help residents (or carers) access the right organisations in their area, to get the help they need.  Read more..