We are aware of increasing numbers of cases of Monkeypox present in the UK population.

If you have a sexual health concern AND have any of the following symptoms, please call our central booking line on 01904 721111 and one of our team will be able to get you the help you need.

Do not come directly to clinic if you have any of these symptoms:

  • Rash on any part of your body
  • Fever
  • New lump/s in neck, groin or under your arm


  1. Are you a gay, bisexual or other man who has sex with men?
  2. Have you had contact with someone with confirmed Monkeypox in the 21 days before symptom onset?
  3. Have you travelled to West and Central Africa, USA, Spain and Portugal in the 21 days before symptoms onset


We are unable to supply repeat contraceptive pills, patches and injections for those aged 20 and over these must be provided by your GP.

We can insert, exchange and remove implants and contraceptive coils for all ages and start all service users on a new form of contraception.

If you are experiencing severe pain and our clinics are closed please telephone NHS 111, for help and information 24 hours a day 365 days a year or attend the nearest A&E department. 

If you require Sexual health/Contraception care, please call our central booking line from 8:15am to 5pm Monday to Thursday and 8:15am to 3:30pm Friday and 9am to 12pm Saturday, on 01904 721111 and press option 1. 

Please note - we are not able to offer 'walk-in' services - all appointments need to be arranged through our booking team

Aged 17 or under? You can also text us on 07973 775692 to make an appointment Monday-Friday 8.15am-3:30pm. 

We kindly ask that you continue to wear face mask when you attend our clinics. 

If you are unable to speak on the phone for any other reason (i.e. hearing impairment or at risk within your home) you can email us on

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Your GP may be able to help with your contraception needs.





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*FREE* bitesize version of Terrence Higgins Trust’s ‘Cant Pass It On’ training

Offered by HIV Prevention England, on Monday 23 May from 6pm until 7.30pm. It will be of interest to a range of health professionals including within primary, community and hospital settings, including those who work within sexual health services.


The importance of Can’t Pass It On/Undetectable=Untransmittable (U=U) and how to discuss this with your patients


We’re telling everyone: someone living with HIV and on effective treatment can’t pass it on. It's one of the most positive messages someone living with HIV can hear. It reduces the stigma around HIV and provides motivation to stay on treatment to keep both themselves and their sexual partners healthy.

In this online webinar featuring Professor Alison Rodger (Professor of Infectious Diseases and HIV at University College London), Dr Melissa Gardner (GP and Director of the social enterprise Sexual Health in Practice (SHIP), Bruce Richman (Founding Executive Director of the Prevention Access Campaign which launched the U=U movement.), Dr Michael Brady (Medical Director at Terrence Higgins Trust) and a panel of people living with HIV you will be able to:

  • Learn about the evidence behind U=U
  • Understand from a patient’s perspective how to convey the U=U message to your patients.
  • Understand the impact of U=U on people living with HIV
  • Know how and when to raise U=U with your patients.
  • Know how to talk about U=U to patients coming in for an HIV test
  • Know why U=U is a game changer in the fight against HIV around the world
  • Have the opportunity to ask any questions you have about U=U/Can’t Pass It On to our panel of experts.


Please register via the link here:


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