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Madeley Parish Council

Accounts for year ending March 14

Please click Inspection notes and Notice  for the relevant information regarding inspecting the accounts for 13/14.

Parish Council Meeting Minutes

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Parish Council Grants Programme for 14-15

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Cllr. WC Welsh   28 Wharf Terrace, Madeley Heath, Crewe CW3 9LP    01782 751942


Cllr. G. White  The Old Hall Country House, Poolside, Madeley, Crewe,CW3 9DX    01782 752543


Cllr. D Whitmore  23 John Offley Road, Madeley, Crewe CW3 9NB      01782 751449

Cllr. Mrs AJ Bourne      17 Greenmeadows Road, Madeley, Crewe CW3 9EY     01782 750051

Cllr.BJ  Panter               1 Birchdale, Madeley, Crewe, CW3 9NS                   01782 751923

Cllr. Mrs. S.A. Roberts  Ash Cottage, Dilhorne, Staffordshire                          01538 422205

Cllr. JE Sutton              10 Roseberry Drive, Madeley, Crewe CW3 9HL      01782 751912

Cllr. S White   The Old Hall Country House, Poolside, Madeley, Crewe CW3 9DX    01782 752543

Cllr. Mrs. A.E. Newton     7 Birch Farm, Castle Lane, Madeley, Crewe CW3 9TE       01782 752404

Cllr A.R Jones,               28, Daltrey Way, Madeley, Crewe. CW3 9JB                         07964 943457

Cllr Mrs.MB Ruscoe         Cherry Orchard, The Springs, Madeley, CW3 9DU             01782 750757

Cllr D.P. Barnish,          73, Hillwood Road, Madeley Heath, Crewe CW3 9JZ            07967302762

Cllr A.J. Davenport         1, Garners Walk, Madeley, Crewe. CW3 9HG                      01782 750920

Clerk to the Council

Mrs. J, Simpson              10, Freebridge Close, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent. ST3 5XQ    07563660298

Clerk’s e-mail address – parish.clerk@madeley.staffslc.gov.uk

Councillors’ Email :

Cllr. WC Welsh                   william_welsh1@hotmail.com
Cllr. D Whitmore                 whitmore23_40@msn.com
Cllr. Mrs AJ Bourne            antheabourne@hotmail.com
Cllr. BJ Panter                    barrypanter@hotmail.co.uk

Cllr M.B Ruscoe                 m.ruscoe208@btinternet.com

Cllr DP Barnish                   dave.barnish@yahoo.co.uk

Cllr. Mrs. S.A. Roberts       jsroberts@sky.com

Cllr A.R Jones                    jones_allen1@sky.com

Cllr. JE Sutton                    reggie.d@btinternet.com

Cllr. G. White                      garywhite40@btinternet.com
Cllr. S White                       garywhite40@btinternet.com
Cllr. Mrs AE Newton          annette.newton@hotmail.co.uk

Cllr A.J. Davenport            alanjohndav@aol.com


Local Walking Group 2015 Programme:

Country Footpath Walks Programme 2015

Please join us on one of our walks – Try one walk for free & then decide if you want to pay our annual subscription of £7.50 (which falls due annually after the AGM in November). Walks are usually on the first Sunday of each month – starting at 10.00 am & finishing around 12.00 / 12.30 – and covering four to five miles.


February 1st: Leaders: Sheila (662373) & Lesley (751732): Meet at Waterloo Road Car Park, Haslington. Post Code: CW1 5TF.

March 1st: Leaders George & Irene: Meet at The Madeley Centre Car Park.

April 12th: [● SECOND SUNDAY OF MONTH ●] Leaders: Alan & Bernice (626282): Meet at Fanny’s Croft Car Park, off Audley Road, Alsager. Grid Ref: 549789.Post Code for Sat Nav: ST7 2QL.

May 10th: [● SECOND SUNDAY OF MONTH ●] Leader: Kathy (751616): Grubbers Ash Car Park: Grid Ref: SJ809482.

June 7th: Leaders: Mel (750563) & Pauline: Meet at The Wilbraham Arms Car Park, Sandbach Road North, Alsager. ST7 2AX. (For a walk along The Salt Line & maybe meal & drinks afterwards!)

July 5th: Leader: Charles (01630 647560): Meet at Cheshire Street Car Park, Audlem. Post Code: CW3 0AH.

August 2nd: Leaders: Chris & Sue (751524): Meet at Bateswood Car Park. Grid Ref: 803486. [Off Alsagers Bank, on track by the Fish & Chip Shop.]

September 6th: Leaders: Sheila (662373) & Lesley (751732): Meet at Cheswardine Parish Hall Car Park, High Street, Cheswardine. TF9 2RS.

October 4th: Leader: Jon (613810): Meet at Westbury Park Shops, Clayton.

November 1st: Leader: Roger (751298): Meet at Market Drayton Swimming Pool CP: Newtown, Market Drayton TF9 1JT. Grid Ref: 675338.

December 6th: Christmas Walk & Meal: TBA: Chris & Sue (751524.

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All Saints’ Christmas Services:

30 November 4 pm – Christingle Service in Church. Not Christmas Eve this year.

9 December 7pm – Carol Singing at Madeley Manor Care Home. Come and join us as we sing carols with the residents of the home.

14 December 6.30pm – Carols by candlelight. An opportunity to sing all your favourite carols in the surroundings of our ancient church, lit as it would have been in times past, with candles.

21 December 11.00am – Family Carol Service. All the family are invited to join in with this celebration of Christmas. Refreshments will be available after the service including a slice of the Christmas Cake made by the children and young people from Stepping Stones and The Towers.

22 December 10am-12noon – Children’s Christmas Activity Morning. Bring the children along to church to join in the fun at our activity morning. Refreshments will be available and the morning will conclude with a short Christmas service. All welcome. There is no charge but donations towards the expenses of the morning will be gratefully received; a plate for donations will be available in the church.

24 December 4.00pm – Crib Service. A special Christmas Eve service for children and their families.

24 December 11.30pm. Christmas Midnight Communion. A service with a special atmosphere as we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.

25 December 10.30am – Christmas Morning Family Communion. A service for all the family – children are invited to bring along their favourite Christmas present.

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Madeley Tidy Group

Minutes of the 2014 A.G.M.

Held at The Madeley Centre on 17th November 2014


Chris Machin; Sue Machin; Ricki Williams; John Berrington; Lynda Berrington; Alan Woodhouse , Mary Edmund; Terry Edmund; Chris Wright, Anne Shaw, Roy Dutton.


Andy Capewell, Isobel Hughs, Phil Shaw, Helen Dutton, Simon Wright.

Minutes of 2013 A.G.M.

Accepted as a true record.

Proposed by Linda Berrington

Seconded by Chris Machin

Election of officers

All officers re elected.

Anne Shaw takes over the role of vice chairperson from Ricki Williams.

Proposed by Ricki Williams

Seconded by Chris Wright

Matters Arising

No matters arising

MTG Chairman’s Report 2014

The Tidy Group has had another successful year and gained one new member, Anne Shaw.

In March some of the group met with Simon Long and Beverley Sutton of Newcastle under Lyme Borough Council to learn about the Borough’s Community Projects and through that meeting joined the RHS Britain in Bloom It’s Your Neighbourhood project. In July, we met with Roger Tait, a judge and assessor for the Heart of England It’s Your Neighbourhood project, who awarded us Level Three ‘Developing’ and in his report praised the group stating that the work done around the village by the group was a fantastic community effort.

June 6th was Communities Day and nine Tidy Group members were joined by four Conservation Group members, one Parish Councillor, Sue Roberts, and two NUL BC wardens; the group tackled the himalyan balsam around The Pool area. Simon Long and Trevor Hambleton who holds the Council portfolio for leisure, culture and localism, came to thank everyone for their hard work. The himalyan balsam removal will be an ongoing yearly project!

John B successfully applied for the green grant and community chest which we have used for investment planting, geraniums and other bedding plants for The Vicarage Lane Bed and for the planting up of the new planters and the wooden barrel planter on Poolside.

For the second year running we were nominated for the Newcastle in Bloom Community Champion award. John and Lynda attended and we won an award under the category of best community group. Well done all.

We have continued litter picking as a group and individually and on the whole the village looks much tidier for all our efforts. We will continue to target litter hot spots.

Financial report. 2014

Income this year has fallen to a total of £615.89 from three sources: Marley Eternit , The Community chest grant and a £4 donation from the summer fayre. To this can be added a carryover balance of £1825.49 from the previous year.

Previously in the year October 2012 to September 2013 there were 8 sources of income from various donations / awards this number has fallen to 3 !

We are continuing to expand our permanent planting sites . E.g our two new planters at the entrance to the village at a cost of £786.00. Because of the dry summer jerry cans had to be purchased to carry water to the various beds . Strimmer cutter blades were required to control weed growth and to keep the environs of some beds tidy.

£640 was spent on plants from the miners memorial , Leycett lane to near the Alins houses throughout the village.

Third party insurance is a necessary expense for ouir work and we have managed to reduce this from £121.60 to £79.50 this year. As one of the central demands relate to the insurance cover 20 high vis jackets have been purchased costing £180.00.

We should like to thank the Parish council , Newcastle Borough Council and other donors for their continuing support in our endeavours .

John Berrington


October 2014

PR & Sponsorship Report: 2014

The Tidy Group has tried to raise the awareness of villagers in Madeley in a number of ways this year, as follows, with the intention of attracting new volunteers to our small band.

New posters were produced and placed in two parish notice boards and in The Madeley Centre. Thanks to Andy C for their high quality and eye catching appearance.

We have replaced the tatty flower bed signs with new professional looking signs. The first large one was stolen twice from The Vicarage Lane Bed and has now disappeared. The smaller ones are now in all the beds and most of the large planters.

20 new high vis tabards with our new logo were purchased. We need them for health and safety purposes and also highlight that it is the Tidy Group working around the village and hopefully to attract more volunteers.

Two new planters were purchased under the new welcome to Madeley signs at Bevan Place and Smithy Corner as requested by a Parish Councillor. We approached NUL BC for second hand planters but they had none available. We asked for quotes from Broxap, Marshalls and Bailey’s Streetscene. The first two company’s quotes were in the thousands and so we used Bailey’s Streetscene, which was in the hundreds of pounds. The planters have our name and logo on to again highlight to Madeley residents of the work our small group does.

In August, we had an awareness stall with an album of photo’s showing the work we have done over the past 11 years and how the flower beds have come on and matured. Unfortunately no new volunteers were forthcoming.

Madeley Responders have produced a new recruitment leaflet and Andy C has kindly agreed to work on something similar for the Tidy Group.

Chris Machin

Gardening Report 2014

We started gardening again early March and have tried to target one area per week as a group. This has worked quite well although we have a number of beds, planters and troughs to maintain.

Due to storm damage, Chris W, Sue & Chris M, spent two hours each raking up debris around The Pool and Springs, which was then collected by NULBC.

Once again, Simon Long obtained 30 bags of soil improver for us which we have used for various areas around the village including the two new planters.

Helen and Roy planted up the raised planter by The Poolside Tandoori which has brightened up that area. Roy once again painted and repaired the Long Trough and John B cut back the overhanging branches. John and Lynda planted up the barrel planter on Poolside.

All the flower beds and troughs were weeded before Roger Tait’s RHS visit in July and his visit coincided with them all looking at their best.

Alan, Phil, Sue & Chris M sited the new planters under the two new welcome to Madeley signs and then planted them up. A number of people have commented on how colourful they are.

Alan has applied for 500 bulbs from NULBC which will be given to John Caulkin for him to plant at The Plantation at Madeley Heath.

Unfortunately, Fred Bailey’s memorial tree died and has been replaced by a Malus Golden Hornet.

Thanks to all who have gardened with us this year both in Madeley and Madeley Heath; and to Liz Forster, Isobel Hughes and Dereth Carr for their plant donations. Also to Simon Long, Beverley Sutton and Mark Jones from NUL BC

Sue Machin

Litter Picks

Litter Picks will continue at 10.00 am on the last Saturday of the month – but there will not be one in December.

The dates are Jan 31st , Feb 28th , Mar 28th , April 25th , May 30th , June 27th , July 25th , Aug 29th , Sept 26th , Oct 31st , Nov 28th

Future Plans

Possible replacement of the long trough.


Gardening hours to be forwarded to Chris asap. We could top 200 hours this year.

There will be an unmanned tidy group display at the Christmas fayre this year. The date for the Christmas fayre is 30th November

The next A.G.M. will be on the 16th November 2015.

The next general meeting will be on the 26th January2015.

Madeley Tidy Group
A/c year Oct 13-Sep 14

Co-op Bank Community Directplus A/C

B/F Surplus

Less expenditure

Plus Exp Chq 400234


Income for year


Awaiting Bank Statement for above cheque

Bank statement closing balance 17/9/14

Books and records bank st’s etc checked &

found to be in good order



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Are you keen to grow your own fruit, veg and flowers but don’t have the space at home? Why not consider renting an allotment from Madeley Parish Council in Furnace Lane? The rates are very reasonable. For further details please contact Jan Simpson Parish Clerk on 07563660298 or e-mail parish.clerk@madeley.staffslc.gov.uk

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The Meadows Primary School: new website:

We have launched our new website which provides an insight into life at The Meadows.
Each class has its own blog,where teaches provide weekly updates on what the children have been learning and any particular interesting events.
We have had a photographer in school to take some photographs of the children learning and all the staff have had theirs taken too.
We have also had our logo redisgned as part of our online relaunch.
All our events are posted not the school calendar, so parents can see what will be happening over the term.
You can find the website at:

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Pet Shop now open!

Just opened at Greyhound Court (opposite to the One Stop) is a new Pet Shop, selling all kinds of pet and livestock supplies. The shop is run by Helen and Wayne who already sell pet supplies via their eBay store. Pop in and see what they have available! They also offer free local delivery for large orders or items!

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Madeley Centre Survey – PRIZE DRAW please complete

My name is Clare Withington, and I am conducting a research project regarding the use of Village Halls as part of my University Degree.  The Trustees of the Madeley Centre have kindly agreed to let me conduct a short survey to seek your views on the Madeley Centre.  Your feedback is anonymous and will be treated as completely confidential.  The results will only be presented in tables and graphs.  The outcome of the survey may be used to assist the Centre in future funding bids and to continuously improve the services provided from the Centre. 

Thank you for your time and co-operation.

Please click here for the Madeley Centre Survey 

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Volunteers required for the Ice Busters Scheme

Volunteers for Ice Busters

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Madeley Practice website



Some info from the website:


Madeley Practice
Moss Lane

Telephone 01782 750274
Fax 01782 751835

We are happy to accept any comments or suggestions by email at madeleypractice@northstaffs.nhs.uk However, please do not use this for any medical matters. We aim to respond to your feedback within two working days.

Dispensary, 24hour answerphone:
01782 750790

Emergencies during opening hours:
01782 752225

Out of Hours:
Phone the surgery 01782 750274, your call will be transferred to the out of hours service at no charge.

District Nurse
01782 752087

Health Visitor
01782 752087

01782 752494

01782 752087

Healthcare and clinics
Alcohol Reduction
The doctors can provide support to patients with alcohol dependency and their families, as well as referral to appropriate specialist units where needed.
Asthma and COPD
The practice nurses offer routine checks for all patients with asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. It is important that you have a yearly review if you are using inhalers. Please ask for a 20 minute appointment with a nurse.
Blood Pressure – Hypertension
We provide a screening service for high blood pressure (hypertension). Patients with hypertension are reviewed every six months. Please ask for a 10 minute appointment with a nurse.
Blood Tests
We offer an appointment only service on a Tuesday morning at Madeley Surgery, and on a Wednesday morning at Baldwins Gate Surgery. Patients may also attend the Central Pathology Laboratory for blood tests. For patients taking Warfarin we perform INR checks at the INR clinic on a Friday morning at Madeley Surgery.
Breast Screening
There is a centralised recall system in place for women to attend the Breast Screening Unit. Women aged between 50-64 years of age are called at three yearly intervals. If you require more frequent screening please discuss this with your doctor. If you are over 65 you can opt to continue with screening mammography.
Cervical Smears
For women aged 25 and over please make a 10 minute appointment with the practice nurse for your smear. It is preferable to take the smear during the middle of your cycle. You will be recalled at “regular” intervals every three years if aged 25 to 49, and every five years if aged 50 to 64 unless you have had any previous problem.
Child Health Surveillance
Eight week development checks are carried out by your doctor in surgery. This will be done at the same time as your postnatal check. At 12 months children are invited for a full check. 18 month and pre-school checks are no longer routine, but if you are concerned about your child’s development please contact a health visitor to arrange a review.
The health visitor holds a weekly drop-in clinic at Madeley Surgery (no appointment needed) on a Thursday afternoon for routine growth checks and discussion of any queries or concerns.
Chiropody is available for patients aged 60 and over only. Referral is from a doctor.
Contraceptive Advice
For advice on contraception and six monthly pill checks please make a 10 minute appointment with a practice nurse. We offer a full range of contraceptive services including coil fitting, injections, diaphragms and implant and emergency contraception.
The practice is able to offer a counselling service to patients. If you feel you need this please discuss it with your doctor who will arrange an appointment.
Diabetes Clinic
We run weekly clinics for patients with diabetes on Monday and Tuesday afternoons. Appointments are by written invitation only. It is important you have your blood tests carried out before you come. We expect to review every patient at least once per year. Retinal photographs are now carried out by accredited opticians as part of the Retinopathy Screening Service.
A dietician holds a monthly clinic at the Surgery. Referrals are made by a doctor.
Ear syringing
You must see a doctor first to have your ears inspected. The problem may or may not be wax. If it is ear wax then best practice nowadays is to try to avoid syringing which carries a risk of perforation to the ear drum. Where syringing is indicated the wax needs to be pre-softened with ear drops and a long 20 minute is booked.
Elderly Care
The doctors and practice nurses routinely visit all elderly housebound patients every six month, and carry out a comprehensive assessment of their medical, social and mental health and offer appropriate care and support.
The doctors review all patients with epilepsy annually.
Health Checks
The practice nurses offer a routine health check to any patient. Ask for a 20 minute appointment. Complete a health questionnaire before your appointment available as a download on the right >
Heart Disease (CHD)
The practice nurses offer an annual routine check by written appointment. Blood tests are carried out before attending for the review.
Hormone Replacement Therapy Clinic
All doctors and nurses offer advice on HRT and dealing with the menopause.
Immunisations – Childhood
Children are offered routine vaccinations starting at eight weeks of age. Refer to ‘Immunisations’.
Leg Ulcer and Dressings Clinic
The district nurses hold two clinics per week to treat leg ulcers.
Maternity Care
We offer antenatal care lead by our midwife. The clinic is held on a Monday morning at Madeley Surgery.
Medical Examinations
The doctors are able to perform private medical examinations for insurance purposes or for the DVLA. Please contact the Surgery and we will provide you with the current charges.
Minor Surgery
Minor surgical procedures are carried out by prior arrangement by doctors.
Minor Trauma
The Surgery is a minor trauma centre and provides treatment of minor injuries.
Multiple Sclerosis
The doctors provide an annual review by written invitation for all patients with multiple sclerosis.
Physiotherapy is available following referral from your doctor.
Rheumatology Clinic
Professor Hay holds a monthly clinic at Madeley Surgery supported by a nurse specialist and physiotherapist.
A drug monitoring clinic is held every two weeks.
Smoking Cessation
The practice nurses provide one-to-one support and prescribe nicotine replacement therapy, Zyban and Champix. Please ask for a 10 minute appointment with a nurse.
Strokes and TIAs
The practice nurses offer an annual routine check by written invitation. Blood tests are carried out before attending the review.
Travel Clinic
The practice provides a free travel clinic for registered patients offering all major vaccines currently recommended, including Yellow Fever. You may be charged for certain travel vaccines. We can provide the service to no-registerd patients, please ask for information on charges.
Download an e-form (go to Clinical services and click on Holiday travel) or collect a form from reception and complete it before making an appointment.
Warfarin Monitoring
For patients taking Warfarin we perform INR checks at the INR clinic on a Friday morning at Madeley Surgery.

Childhood Immunisations
Children start the immunisation programme at two months of age. The current schedule is available as a download on the right >
For detailed information on individual vaccines go to www.immunisation.nhs.uk
For information on MMR go to www.mmrthefacts.nhs.uk
Most adults have received five immunisations during childhood and will not require any further boosters. If you are unsure then ask us to check your records.
Annual protection against influenza is offered to patients over the age of 65 and those at high risk, eg with chronic heart, chest and breathing disorders and diabetes.
Protects against pneumococcal infection that can cause pneumonia, septicaemia and meningitis. Vaccination lasts at least 10 years. Protection is offered to patients aged over 65 and those at high risk eg with chronic heart or lung disorders, diabetes and splenectomy.
Hepatitis B
Some jobs expose you to a risk of Hepatitis B, eg nurses. The checking of your immune status and giving the vaccination should be arranged by your employer. If, however, you have any problems or questions then please discuss with a doctor or nurse.
Travel Immunisations
The practice nurses will give advice on foreign travel and any other immunisations required. We are a recognised Yellow Fever Centre.
Useful Websites
• www.immunisation.nhs.uk
• www.fitfortravel.scot.nhs.uk
• www.fco.gov.uk

Lifestyle advice
Smoking cessation
If you’re thinking of quitting smoking, or if you’ve tried before, you probably know that it’s not just about willpower. It’s also about having a plan and getting support. That’s where our nurses can help with one-to-one support and a free range of nicotine replacement treatments and non-nicotine medicines to help control your cravings. With support you’re four times more likely to quit.
For support:
Book a standard appointment with one of our practice nurses.
NHS Smoking Helpline, 7.00am – 11.00pm every day, phone 0800 1690169, or text 0800 1690171 www.nhs.uk/gosmokefree

Alcohol guidance
Alcohol is something to be enjoyed and most of the time it doesn’t cause any problems, but drinking too much, or at the wrong time can be harmful. If you have concernns about your alcohol intake the doctors can offer advice and support in confidence.
For more information download “What is alcohol misuse?” on the right >
For further help:
• Drinkline 0800 917 8282
• Alcohol concern 24 hour helpline 020 7928 7377
• Alcoholics anonymous 0845 7697 555
• Al-anon – family support 020 7403 0888
• ADSIS (services in Staffordshire) 01782 271096
• Crewe Alcohol 01270 580243
Weight and diet
Maintaining a healthy weight is very important. Being overweight or underweight increases the risk of a range of diseases that have a significant impact on your health, such as heart disease, diabetes, back pain and arthritis.Those who are severely obese can expect decreased life expectancy, on average 11 years less. Currently one in four adults are overweight and a recent report predicts that by 2050 over 50% of adults and 25% of children will be obese.
Three major factors are responsible for the increase in obesity, diet, physical activity and family history. Over recent decades, encouraged by the food industry and marketing, consumption of energy dense nutritionally inadequate food and drinks, containing high levels of saturated and total fat, salt and sugar has increased, while relative consumption of fruit and vegetables has fallen. Less than one in three adults eat five or more portions of fruit and vegetables daily.
Changing methods of travel and labour saving devices have reduced physical activity. Children spend more time watching television, playing computer games and using the internet and there is less sport at home and school. Weight is influenced by genetics (family history), for example the main indicator that a child will become obese is that both parents are overweight – four out of every five children will be overweight.
Five tips:
-1. Shop healthily
-2. Eat at least five portions of fruit and vegetables each day
-3. Make physical activity a daily part of your life
-4. Periodically check your weight
-5. Balance calorie intake with energy expenditure
For one-to-one advice and support make an appointment with any doctor or nurse.
Teenage services
Your consultation is confidential. No matter what it is about – sex, drugs, family, bullying, weight, body image, alcohol, stress etc – or with whom it is with, doctor or nurse, it remains confidential.
Book an appointment in the usual way, in person, by telephone or on the internet .
We offer full contraceptive services including emergency contraception and advice on quitting smoking, weight reduction, counselling and alcohol issues.
Up to date advice on current issues may be obtained on

Useful links:
Contraceptive and Sexual Health Service is provided by nurses and doctors at both Madeley and Baldwins Gate Surgeries
Family planning clinic
Ryecroft Health Centre, Broad Street, Newcastle ST5 2BQ, phone 01782 427300
Emergency Contraception
Contact any doctor or nurse at Madeley surgery or Baldwins Gate surgery, or Family Planning clinic, address as above.
email help jo@samaritans.org
NHS Direct
Telephone: 0845 46 47
National Eating Disorder Association
Connexions Direct
Telephone: 0808 0013219
Text: 07766413219
Victim Support
Telephone: 01460 55535 (?)
Teenage Health
Telephone 01782 416666
Health Issues for those over 14 years old
Emotional Problems
Telephone: 0800 776600
Telephone: 0800 1090169
Telephone: 0800 282930
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Telephone: 01782 554144 (University Hospital of North Staffordshire)
01270 612255 (Leighton Hospital)

Holiday travel
If you are travelling abroad it is sensible to make provision well in advance of your expected date of travel, if possible a minimum of four weeks. The Surgery has a comprehensive stock of all vaccines and can give full guidance on health matters relating to travel abroad and long haul flights. The practice is an accredited Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre. Our practice nurses have up-to-date information and would be delighted to discuss your individual requirements.
Travel Questionnaire
You can save time by downloading and completing the holiday vaccination questionnaire:
• Download the questionnaire on the right >
• Print off the page
• Complete and return to the Surgery
Yellow Fever Questionaire
You can save time by downloading and completing the Yellow Fever questionnaire on the right >
The practice nurse will review your request and recommend appropriate vaccinations. The practice nurse will advise you of any charges that may apply for the vaccines and length of appointment required. The practice nurse will enter into your medical records details of
Required vaccinations
• Any charges are to be paid at the time of the first appointment.
• If you have a temperature or are taking antibiotics on the day of your appointment please telephone 01782 750274 and re-arrange the appointment.
• Any follow up appointments for 2nd or 3rd doses can be made via reception.
Useful Information

Useful Phone Numbers
Accident and Emergency Department North Staffs Hospital 01782 554455
Age Concern 01782 286209
Alcohol and Drug Services 01782 271096
Alcoholics Anonymous 01782 266366
All Saint’s Church Madeley 01782 750205
Alzheimers Carers Support Group 01782 235100
Approach – small groups for older people with mental health needs 01782 411116
Asperger/Autism Association Staffordshire 01782 627002
ASIST – advocacy for service users 01782 845584
Aspire 01782 635200
Association for Post Natal Illness 02073 860868
Beat the Cold 0800 3892258
Benefits Agency 01782 382000
Benefits Enquiry Line and Advice for people with disabilities 0800 882200
Bereavement Counselling Dove Centre 01782 683155
Beth Johnson Housing 01782 844036
Bradwell Hospital 01782 425400
Breast Cancer Care 0808 800 6000
British Cardiac Patients Helpline 01223 846845
Bucknall Hospital 01782 273510
Cancer BACUP 0808 800 1234
Carers Link Project 01782 831616
Cerebral Palsy Helpline 0808 800 3333
Child Death Helpline 7pm – 10pm 0800 282986
Childline 0800 1111
Citizens Advice 0844 4994115
Community Learning Disability – adults 01782 425325
Community Learning Disability – children 01782 425328
Community Mental Health and Social Care Team 01782 425350
Contact A Family – for families and carers of disabled children 0808 8083555
Crime Stoppers 0800 555111
Crossroads Care Scheme 01782 683141
CSA Voluntary Helpline 01782 203570
Deaf Children’s Society 01782 845689
Deaf Society 01782 219161
Dental Advice Line 01782 425846
Disability Resource Team 01782 235200
Disability Solutions 01782 683100
Domestic Violence Helpline 01782 205500
Donna Louise Children’s Hospice 01782 654440
Douglas Macmillan Hospice 01782 344300
Druglink 01782 425100
Dyslexia Centre – Newcastle I D L 01782 632444
Eating Disorders Association 01603 621414
Elizabeth Trust Refuge 01782 713737
Epilepsy Support Group 01782 775846
Gaylife North Staffordshire 01782 425969
Haywood Hospital 01782 715444
Haywood Hospital Walk-In Centre 01782 581112
Headway – organisation for people who have sustained a head injury 01782 280952
Help the Aged 01782 638381
Independent Complaints Advocacy Service – NHS complaints 020 7210 4850
Independent Living Centre 01782 864500
Intouch – organisation for parents of brain injured children 01869 341075
Keele University 01782 621111
Late Night Opening Chemist, Lloyds at Shelton 01782 848670
Leighton Hospital 01270 255141
LIFE Pregnancy Care Centre 01782 744793
Lifeline – support for older/vunerable people 01782 234545
Loggerheads Chemist 01630 672373
Madeley and District Community Association 01782 751164
Madeley Christian Fellowship 01782 630297
Madeley Clinic 01782 752087
Madeley Manor Nursing Home 01782 750610
Madeley Practice Patients’ Fund 01782 751195
Marie Curie Nurses 01782 271160
MENCAP 01782 848800
Mental Health Helpline 0808 8002234
Methodist Minister 01782 624354
Millers Chemist Madeley 01782 752255
National Drug Helpline 0800 776600
Newcastle Centre for the Physically Handicapped 01782 623153
Newcastle Community Transport 01782 627770
Newcastle Council 01782 717717
Newcastle Council for Voluntary Service 01782 629269
Newcastle Social Services 01782 296005
Newcastle Racial Equality Council 01782 407930
Newcastle-under-Lyme Adventure Playground 01782 717612
Newcastle Volunteer Bureau 01782 621826
NHS Direct 0845 4647
North Staffordshire Family Mediation Service 08456 020301
North Staffordshire Service Users Group 01782 683043
North Staffs Carers Association 01782 834836
North Staffs Primary Care Trust 01782 425400
NSPCC – 24hr Child Protection 0808 800 5000
NSPCC – Asian Child Protection 0800 096 7719
Nuffield Hospital 01782 625431
Out of Hours Doctor 01782 719100
Patient Advice and Liaison Service 01782 427329
Patient and Public Information Forum 01782 416575
RNIB Stoke 01782 215755
Pregnancy Advisory Service 01782 632784
RELATE 01782 683050
RETHINK (formerly the National Schizophrenia Fellowship) 02089 746814
Roman Catholic Church Silverdale and Madeley 01782 624325
Samaritans 0845 7909090
Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic 01782 554144
Social Services Newcastle 01782 296005
Staffordshire Association Coping with Cancer 01782 397635
Staffordshire Association for the Welfare of the Blind 01785 627101
Staying Put (Beth Johnson Housing) 01782 219200
Stroke Advisory Information 0845 3033100
The Dove Service – Support for people with serious illness 01782 683153
University Hospital of North Staffordshire 01782 715444
Victim Support 01782 717184
Young Minds – Adolescent Counselling 0800 018 2138

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Social Support & Citizens Advice Bureau at Madeley Surgery

Social Workers are available at Madeley Surgery every Wednesday from 11am to 1pm.

Citizens Advice Bureau holds a clinic at Madeley Surgery on alternate Wednesdays from 9am to 12pm.

You can make an appointment to see either of these services through reception
You do not need to see a doctor or nurse
You do not need to be registered art Madeley Practice

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