SAVE THE DATE: SATURDAY 8 FEBRUARY 2020
Our annual fund raising Quiz will be held in the Chiddingfold Village Hall on SATURDAY 8 FEBRUARY 2020.
Please come along and support us at this fun event. Quiz and raffle prizes will be on offer, as well as a delicious ploughman’s supper. The bar will provide a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Tickets will be available from the Surgery or by contacting Zoe Burdett at Wetwood Rough, High Street Green GU8 4XY or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Friends of the Surgery are delighted to confirm that the Surgery returned home to Chiddingfold on 26 November 2019, less than 11 months after the destruction of the buildings by the fire. The speed of the rebuild is a testament to the endless hours of hard work put in by all those involved with the Surgery, both doctors and staff. The Friends of Chiddingfold Surgery wish to extend our thanks and gratitude on behalf of the whole community.
CHIDDINGFOLD FETE – 9th JUNE 2019
We had our usual stand at the Chiddingfold Fete. Again, we had the popular hook-a -duck as well as splat-the-rat. And as usual, the Doctors took blood-pressures.
Thank you to all who supported us.
The AGM was held on 6th June in the Watts Room at Chiddingfold Village Hall. We were very pleased to meet the members who came to spport us.
Farewell to Dr Cameron-Blackie
The Friends of Chiddingfold Surgery met to present Dr Gwen Cameron-Blackie with a commemorative vase in recognition of her recent retirement from the Surgery. Dr Cameron-Blackie joined the Surgery in 1996, some 23 years ago, having first worked there as a locum. Together with her partners she was at the forefront of the construction of the new surgery building at Ridgely Road and the setting up of FCS to support the new surgery in its desire to provide a cutting edge service to its patients. Many of the pieces of equipment which Dr Cameron-Blackie asked FCS to purchase several years ago have only now become standard pieces of kit in all doctors’ surgeries which is testament to her great contribution to the welfare of our Community. FCS would like to publicly acknowledge and thank Dr Cameron-Blackie for her years of dedicated service.
THANK YOU AGAIN!
The Friends of the Surgery are delighted to confirm that the re-building of the new surgery has already started less than three months after the terrible fire. We have now officially closed the Fire Appeal. We, and the entire surgery team, would like to pass on our whole hearted thanks to all the the people in Dunsfold, Chiddingfold, Hascombe, Hambledon and all the surrounding areas for your amazing generosity. For more, see this article which is appearing in May parish magazines.
We want to thank the many donors for their amazing support since the fire. As a result, the Friends have already spent some £7,000 on urgently needed equipment and will be making further purchases as the need arises. Here is a note that recently appeared in Parish magazines.
SURGERY DESTROYED BY FIRE: 7th JANUARY 2019
The Friends of Chiddingfold Surgery were devastated at the news of the terrible fire at the Surgery on 7th January.