Local Doctors in the surrounding area
Coniston Medical Practice: The Parade, Patchway Bristol . 0117 969 25 08
Bradley Stoke Surgery:Brookway , Bradley Stoke : 01454 616 262
Concorde Medical Centre: Braydon Avenue,Little Stoke : 01454 616 767
NHS 24 hour non emergency calls and advice: 111
Patchway Dental Practice is located at 19 Coniston Road, Patchway BS34 5JL Contact 0117 969 26 38
To find an NHS Dentist go to
Those without a regular dentist can seek medical advice by calling 111
Alternatively you can call University of Bristol Dental Hospital on 0117 9342 9525
Southmead Hospital is the nearest hospital with an A and E department . Call 0117 950 50 50 (main switchboard)
Bristol Royal Infirmary also has an A and E department: Call 0117 923 00 00 (main switchboard)
Patchway Hub is located in Rodway Road which houses the One Stop Shop for South Gloucestershire Council and Patchway Library . As well as the Children's Hub with services such as, Community Pediatricians, Educational Psychologists, educational welfare, Family support, Health Visitors, and much more. Call 01454 864 423 for the Patchway Children's Hub
Asda Walmart: Contact : 0117 317 2400
Highwood Lane, Patchway
Jhoots Pharmacy: Rodway Road, Patchway : Tel : 0117 969 28 78
Lloyds Pharmacy: The Parade, Coniston Road, Patchway. Tel: 0117 969 20 56
Morrisons Supermarket: Lysander Road, Cribbs Causeway: Tel: 0117 950 91 03
Boots Chemist: 116 The Mall; Cribbs Causeway: Tel: 0117 950 97 44
Happy , healthy ,funny hand washing songs
Hand washing songs there are more of these available on the Patchway Town Council Facebook Page
Respiratory and Cough Hygiene
Patchway Town Council is truly passionate about this issue, as it is one that impacts so many people all over the world. They hold this issue close to their heart, working day in and day out to find ways to improve the cause. Patchway Town Council aims to maintain balance within the political system, and will keep pushing until the correct balance is reached.
Sirona Care and Health
Patchway Town Council is proud to support and push for change throughout the community. This is a very serious issue that has been impacting civilians worldwide. It is up to Patchway Town Council to address this issue head on, and rally the support needed to make the proper change. If you would like to find out more information about this issue, as well as others, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Vaccines protect your children
Even during COVID-19, the national immunisation programme remains in place to protect us from preventable diseases.
As long as you and your household don’t have any symptoms of coronavirus, it’s vital to attend any scheduled vaccinations.