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Clifton Road Surgery will be closed from 12.30pm on Thursday 10th October for protected learning time.

Please contact the surgery to book your flu vaccination.

Clifton Road Surgery will be holding flu vaccination clinics on Saturday mornings starting from Saturday 28th September. We will also be holding drop in clinics at the surgery every day from 9am - 12pm and 2pm - 4pm. Please come into the surgery and ask at reception.

PLEASE NOTE - if you have received an email from Patient Access with regard to updating your on-line access, this is genuine and Patient Access advise you follow their instructions to update your account.

NOTICE - if you received a text message in December stating you are a smoker and to contact us for help in giving up, please ignore this as it was sent to our 'non-smokers' in error. 

NHS Health Worker Awards - A big congratulations to our Primary Care Practitioner/Nurse Team Manager ..... Helen Merrigan!  Helen received a Lifetime Service Award for all her hard work and dedication to the National Health Service.  I'm sure you will join us in saying this is a well deserved award to an exceptional person, who goes above and beyond!  Well done Helen.

Please see the attached Advertiser Newspaper Article - published 27/12/18




Clifton Road Surgery is collaborating with Parkrun Rugby to promote the health and wellbeing of patients and staff. Under this initiative, GP practices across the UK are encouraged to develop close links with their local parkrun to become parkrun practices.

Clifton Road Surgery will be working with Parkrun Rugby to host an event on Saturday 7th September at 9:00am at Whinfield Recreation Ground.


What is parkrun?

Parkruns are free, weekly, timed 5k events. Everyone can join in.


Every Saturday at 9:00am


Whinfield Recreation Ground, Clifton Road, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV21 3SD

Parkrun is not a race. It doesn’t matter how long it takes you to get around. It is ok for you to walk if you don’t want to run the whole way.

If you need someone to help you come to parkrun, they are welcome to join in as well or just watch. You don’t have to go every week.

If you want to have your parkruns recorded, you just need to register online, and you only have to do this once. It is very simple. Once you have registered, you then need to print out your barcode. Your barcode can be used at any parkrun, anywhere in the world.

Once you have completed 50 parkruns, you will get a free t-shirt! The same happens for 100, 250 and 500 parkruns. If you are under 18 you get a t-shirt after you have done 10 parkruns

Each parkrun is organised by a group of volunteers. You are welcome to help out as a volunteer. There are different roles. You will be told what to do and people will help you.

Everyone is welcome at parkrun. It does not matter how fast or slow you walk, jog or run. What matters is being outside, being active and having fun!

What happens when you come to parkrun?

Rugby parkrun has its own website,, and this tells you everything you need to know, like the best way to get there, how the parking works if you come by car, and where the toilets are. It will also tell you what the course is like.

You can get in touch with the event before you go. You can do this by email, or on social media. All parkruns have Facebook pages, and lots have Twitter accounts. The event team can talk to you about anything you need to know.

You can go along just to watch and see how it works. The Run Director will be wearing a blue and white hi-vis vest. You can ask The Run Director any questions.

It is always a good idea to check the weather forecast before you set off, so you can make sure you have the right stuff with you. For example, if it is going to be hot and sunny, you may want to bring some water, some sunscreen, and a hat.

At some parkruns people run with dogs; at some there are no dogs. If this is important to you, you can contact your local parkrun to check before you go.

If you decide that you want to take part, and you want to have your time recorded, then remember to bring your printed barcode with you. If you don’t have it with you, you can still join in, but your time won’t be recorded.

Before the start, the Run Director will explain what happens to help you understand what to do. If you need extra help ask the Run Director. Marshals will be wearing yellow hi-vis vests. They are there to help out if there is a problem.

If you need someone to walk or run with you, then this is something you need to organise yourself. You can take part with a family member or a friend. It is up to you if you want to run, walk, or a mixture of both. Go at the pace that suits you.

Everybody starts the parkrun together. If you find the crowd at the start can be a bit of a problem, you can start right at the back, or off to one side, if that is better for you.

When you get to the finish, someone records your time and you are given a token which shows the number you finished. Take this token, and your barcode, to a volunteer who will scan them. There will be people there to help you. Don’t worry if you have to wait a few minutes, your time will not change.

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