ashcroft surgery,

Newlands Way, Eccleshill, Bradford, BD10 0JE, West Yorkshire, UK

Useful Numbers

  • CALL 111 –  open 24 hours for help with medical problems of short duration and sudden onset
  • ANY LOCAL PHARMACIST for good advice about medicines, minor illness
  • DISTRICT NURSES: 01274 256 131 for wounds, dressings, elderly people
  • HEALTH VISITORS: 01274 221 223 for advice about babies and children
  • MIDWIVES: 01274 623 952 if you’re pregnant
  • National Coronavirus Support Line 0333 880 6619

Was your baby born premature?

  • How can I help my baby avoid infections?
  • What are the most common infectious illnesses?
  • I’m worried – what can I do?
  • Want information about vaccinations


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“When Leo came home, I felt he was so vulnerable that I didn’t want to leave the house. This made me feel very isolated. I spoke to other mums and they said they felt the same at first, but, by taking sensible precautions it was possible to start taking small trips out. Gradually, I began to feel that Leo was less fragile. We all want to protect our children but we need to find the right balance too.” 

Mum to Leo, born 28 weeks

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