Health Charities

Macmillan Cancer

Macmillan Cancer Support
One in three of us will get cancer and it’s the toughest thing most of us will ever face. If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, or a loved one has, you’ll want a team of people in your corner supporting you every step of the way. Macmillan provide practical, medical and financial support and push for better cancer care.

Marie Curie Cancer Care

Marie Curie Cancer Care is a UK charity dedicated to the care of people with terminal cancer and other illnesses. Over the financial year 2010/11, we reached a total of 31,799 patients

Youth Health Talk

Youthhealthtalk enables young people, their family and friends, and professionals such as doctors and teachers to understand young people's experiences of health, illness and life in general. The website feature real-life accounts of issues such as effect on work and education, social life and relationships, consulting health professionals and treatment.

In line with recent guidance we would like to encourage all patients entering the surgery to wear a mask or face covering.  This will help to protect patients and staff alike. 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) useful links

If you are experiencing domestic abuse, please contact First Light- a helpful,  independent free service, offering confidential support and advice. If you are urgently  concerned about life threatening safety of children or adults due to abuse, please contact the police. Our clinicians are also keen to give supportive advice.  Click here to visit the website.

If you are self-isolating and you do not have a friend or neighbour who can help you with collecting groceries or medication you can contact Volunteer Cornwall on: 01872 265305 or email 

or contact Newquay Town Council Help and Support

Self Certification & Fitness to Work Note

You can self certificate for the first seven days of ANY illness.  Forms can be download  

Advice for Parents during COVID-19 Pandemic: Advice leaflet (opens in a new window)


Please remember to protect yourself and others: 


Please follow the updates provided by our Government


Stay Safe and Alert- this will protect us and help us to protect you

If you are visiting Newquay and need medical advice, then please click here. Visitors to Newquay


Watergate local vaccination service at Narrowcliff Surgery– ends Monday 7th June.

The GP-led team providing the vaccination service at Narrowcliff Surgery is extremely proud that together we will have given over 26,000 first and second doses of vaccine by early June to our must vulnerable patients in Cohorts 1-9. 

The service is provided through the collaboration of 3 GP practices in the area and was one of the first in the county to deliver vaccine to the most elderly patients from mid-December 2020. 

However, from Monday 7th June 2021, vaccine services will no longer be delivered from your Surgery.  Remaining patients requiring vaccination will be able to access other local vaccination services including hospital hubs, community pharmacies and larger vaccination centres which are now in place to deliver this service. This will allow GP practice teams to fully focus their time on their usual services to patients.

Large vaccination sites are located at The Royal Cornwall Showground in Wadebridge, Stithians Showground, Home Park, Plymouth and Derriford Hospital, Plymouth. Vaccinations are also available from local pharmacies.

To book an appointment use the NHS online booking service at or call 119.  A range of vaccines suitable for different age groups are available. 

Patients who have already had their first dose at Narrowcliff Surgery before March 13th 2021 will be invited for their second dose before the centre closes or will be able to book as above.

The team providing this service would like to thank all the fabulous volunteers who have supported the service so tirelessly since day one, no matter what the weather, ensuring patients access the site and service safely. Many other organisations, both on the hospital site and the wider health community, have also provided invaluable support to the surgeries.

We would also like to thank all the patients who have had chosen to have their vaccination with us and taken the time to thank us for our efforts, either in person, by card, text, email or through deliveries of welcome snacks and treats.


So where can I get my vaccine from?

If you have already had your first dose at Narrowcliff Surgery before March 13th  we will invite you for your second before Monday 7th June.

For all other patients yet to be invited for their first dose, you will be contacted by the NHS when it is your turn and invited to book an appointment using the national booking service at or calling 119. You will be given the option of attending a local participating pharmacy or vaccination centre.  It’s important that when you get your invitation, you take up the offer of having the vaccine, as you will be protecting yourself and friends and family around you. 

Will I have to wait longer?

No, you shouldn’t have to wait any longer for your vaccine.

I fall in to one of the first cohorts – how can I get my vaccine?

If you are 32 years old or older or are in another eligible group and haven’t had your first vaccine yet, it’s important you are vaccinated as soon as possible.  You can access an appointment from the national booking service at or by phoning 119.

What about getting my second dose of the vaccine?

If you have already had one dose of the vaccine provided at Narrowcliff Surgery, you will be invited for your second dose before Monday 7th June.  If you are unable to attend the appointment offered you will be able to access an appointment from the national booking service at or by phoning 119.

Are you withdrawing from the programme because there is a problem with the rollout of the vaccine?

There are no issues with the further rollout of the vaccine programme.  When we were asked to help deliver the COVID-19 vaccination programme it was to vaccinate people in cohorts 1 – 9 only.  Large scale vaccination sites were not up and running at that point and we wished to support getting our most vulnerable groups vaccinated as quickly as possible. 

There are several other services in this area that have sufficient capacity to be able to vaccinate everyone who is eligible when it is their turn including different vaccines required for different age groups.

Will the surgeries be providing a booster campaign in the autumn?

At present there is no confirmed information on how and when any booster campaign will be provided.  When this information is available the surgeries will consider the options available and will keep patients informed.

Where can I get more information about the vaccine?

You can find more information about the COVID-19 vaccination programme NHS.UK website.


Welcome to Narrowcliff Surgery Online

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Narrowcliff surgery is a purpose-built surgery which opened in 1995.

We care for approximately 15 000 patients.

The building offers access for the disabled.

There are nine partners at the surgery offering general medical services as well as contraceptive advice, child health surveillance, maternity care and minor surgical procedures.

We operate a personal list system where patients are allocated to a specific doctor and we endeavour to ensure you see your usual doctor whenever possible.

You have a right to express a preference to receive services from a particular doctor. However, we cannot guarantee this will be possible at all times.

We also host students from the Peninsula Medical School. Prior agreement will be requested from you if a student will be present during your consultation.

Support Staff

The practice is managed by Susan Beadle, who oversees the running of the practice.

Susan is supported by our reception team whose roles and duties include reception, dealing with prescriptions and enquiries.

Green Impact for Health Toolkit

This practice is delighted to be signed up to the Green Impact for Health Toolkit and is actively taking steps to reduce our carbon footprint. The climate emergency is also a health emergency, and health care in the UK contributes 5.4% of the UK's carbon emissions.

We need to enhance the health of our current population without compromising the health of future generations, and this means operating within the sustainable boundaries of the planet.

Fortunately most of the solutions for the planet also make our health better - for example eating a mainly plant-based diet, engaging in active travel and exercise in nature, avoiding smoking, reducing pollution etc all enhance our health and reduce our need for medications, with further benefits to the NHS, your health and the carbon footprint of healthcare.

Take a look at to learn more about this.


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