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PPGT Information Leaflet 2022



Committee meetings take place in the Gilbert Room of Twyford Parish Hall commencing at 2.15 pm. All are welcome.




WALKING FOR HEALTH is a weekly local walk open to all:


Colden Common Community Centre every Wednesday

Time 10.30 am - 11.30 am


The walk is free, approximately an hour long and led by trained walk leaders

Contact details:  Chloe Davanna cdavanna@Winchester.gov.uk

01962 848 493




Breathe Easy Winchester Rural Support Group hold regular meetings most Wednesdays 2.30pm to 4 pm at Holy Trinity Church Hall, Colden Common.

For more details check the website: https://www.blf.org.uk/support-in-your-area/breathe-easy-winchester-rural-support-group



Winchester Rehabilitation and exercise club also meet at Holy Trinity Church Hall Colden Common, last wednesday of the month.

The Patient Participation Group of the Twyford Practice


Twyford Practice serves the communities of Twyford, Morestead, Owslebury, Colden Common, Brambridge, Compton, Shawford and Otterbourne.  The Patient Participation Group aims are:-


To improve communication between the patients and the Practice and to feed back to the Practice patients' concerns and expectations.


To provide a forum for discussion on the provision of local health care, and for promoting health education issues.


To act as a community pressure group using its influence to bring local needs to the attention of local health authorities.


The committee welcome communication on any of the above issues from the patients, but are unable to mediate on any personal issues.

If you wish to contact the PPG you may do so by emailing them at twyfordppg@gmail.com.




‘Friends and family test’ – Patients are encouraged to respond either using the forms located in the surgery, or to take the FRIENDS AND FAMILY TEST online. (You can find this in the links down the right hand side of this site.)



Electronic repeat prescriptions ordering and appointment system

The new EMIS on-line system allows Patients to order repeat prescriptions, book GP

appointments and view a summary of their medical records. This is part of a government plan to enable patients to gain access to more in depth information about their medical history and over time more details of patients medical records will be released for patients to view.

Patients will need to register via Patient Access before they can access this system. Any concerns please contact the surgery.







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