Help for vulnerable people

If you need any help please go to the official site from the government.

You will be asked a series of questions.

Please be careful of other sites, they could be scams.

If you would like to use a local community base, please contact

Northern Fells Group

The Northern Fells Group is a community charity based in North Cumbria and serves 3,700 residents in an upland area of over 200 square miles. The catchment area incorporates seven parishes – Ireby & Uldale, Boltons, Westward & Rosley, Sebergham & Welton, Caldbeck, Castle Sowerby and Mungrisdale.

 Telephone:  016974 78094

 E-mail:  [email protected]

Caldbeck Surgery

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During the current Coronavirus outbreak we are focusing our attention on:

• Continuing to give the best quality care to our patients for all conditions, not just coronavirus

• Keeping our patients and staff as safe as possible

• Continuing to operate successfully in support of both our community and other local practices

In order to achieve this we have implemented the following changes to the way we operate:

1. Our appointment system has changed, so that all our initial appointments are by telephone only– you will be invited into the surgery if appropriate and safe.

2. Please call as usual when you need an appointment, you will be given a telephone slot when a clinician will call you back and assess you. If deemed safe and necessary you will be invited for a face to face appointment.

3. Please continue to collect medication from the Surgery unless you have symptoms of cough, fever or breathlessness. If you are self-isolating please call us to make alternative arrangements.

4. Please note that repeat medication will be processed as normal, please do not request medication earlier than 21 days from your last issue, as this will cause supply shortages and add to the problems we are coping with.

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Due to the coronavirus Outbreak

Due to the coronavirus outbreak our appointment system has changed, all initial appointments will be by telephone- you will be invited into the surgery if appropriate.

More details go to

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Coronavirus up to date information

Please for a more up to date information, go to

Do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital

Please call NHS 111

Follow advise

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Maternity notes app

Any new bookings into maternity services will no longer need handheld paper notes. We encourage all women to download the app or access the Maternity Notes website where you can:

Keep track of appointments

Track your pregnancy journey

See your antenatal and postnatal information

Upload pictures of you, your bump and your baby.

Entering Information Prior to your First Booking Appointment

When you first access Maternity Notes it would be really useful if you could enter some information into your record, prior to your first booking appointment.

1. Log into Maternity Notes

2. Select ‘My Personal Care Plan’

3. Select the link in the Pre-Booking section and enter as much information as you can. This will give the midwife more time to spend with you to answer any questions.

4. Your midwife will check this information with you at the booking.

How to Access Maternity Notes on your PC or Tablet

You can login to the Maternity Notes via this website:

See the How to Access Maternity Notes via Smartphone for instructions on how to get set up.

Forgotten Password

If you forget your password there is a ‘forgotten password’ link on the log in page. This needs to be done via the web browser:


For support please contact the maternity unit:

Carlisle: 01228 814872

Whitehaven: 01946 523229

Maryport: 01900 811840

Cockermouth: 01900 705760

Penrith: 01768 245558

 Wigton: 016973 66600/66609 

Important Note: All hospital appointments (including scan appointments and consultant appointments) will be sent to you in the post in a letter. Please always use this letter as your confirmed appointment date and time

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Injectable toolkit- Ready to take control

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Recycle your inhalers

We are running a recycling and recovery scheme for all respiratory inhalers. Our aim is to support the reduction in waste and greenhouse gas emissions, moving towards a more environmentally sustainable treatment of respiratory disease.

Over 1.2 million inhalers have been recycled and recovered. This has saved carbon dioxide emissions equivalent to taking 5,199 cars off UK roads.

You really can make a difference to our environment by returning your used inhalers to a participating pharmacy, hospital or dispensing doctor.

We are collecting them here at the surgery but you can also return them to

Boots Pharmacy, Aspatria

Superdrug, The lanes Shopping Centre Carliste

Tesco Pharmacy, Warwick Road Carlisle

Thank you very much for helping us been Green.

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January 2020 Newsletter

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From Caldbeck Surgery we wish you all a HAPPY NEW YEAR 2020

The new year is always a time for setting inspiring goals for ourselves. So, set positive goals and resolutions. Let this year be the one where you matter the most, where you appreciate all the small things in life

Every year, life gives us 365 days to find  something positive in each one of them.

Start small and see how far you can go !!!!

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Contact Details

Telephone: 016974 78254