Open Mon, Tue, Thu & Fri 9.30am - 5.00pm
Wed & Sat by appointment only
Closed Sun & Bank Hol
Information, location and contact details
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 9.30am – 5.00pm
Wednesday & Saturday: By appointment only
Sunday & Bank Holidays: Closed
We can accommodate patients who wish to attend outside of our normal opening hours. To reserve an out of hours appointment a £35 payment is required that will be refunded minus any costs, or forfeit should you fail to attend the appointment.
Location and Contact
Address: 26 Higher Market St, Farnworth, Bolton, BL4 9AJ
Telephone:We are located on Higher Market Street between The Computer Shop and Wumby. Many locals know the location used to be Bowden’s Chemist. Opposite is the Blue Cafe and a free council run car park. From the centre of Farnworth, the pedestrianized Brackley Street, walk towards the main road where Lloyds Bank is located. Turn right and head towards Kearsley (with Lloyds Bank over the road and on your left), walk past Home Bargains, Golita & Sons plumbers’ merchants, Taj Mahal and the Post Office pub. We are just past the Frederick St junction, 2 doors up from Hudson Tan & Tone.
On street parking is available directly outside and is signed as parking on odd days only. Recent discussions with parking wardens have revealed this rule is no longer enforced, but please make your own enquiries before parking. There is a small section of double yellow line road which is suitable for blue badge disabled parking. A free council run car park is directly opposite over the road with no time limit. If parking on the street outside the practice, please be careful not to block the dropped kerb sections, as this can result in a parking fine being issued.
This form is for non-urgent contact. We will try to respond promptly to all enquiries, but it is not being constantly monitored, so there may be a delay in replying and we will most likely respond during normal opening hours.
If you have an urgent enquiry, please call. If you have an urgent medical issue please either contact your GP, call 111 or attend A&E.