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For safety reasons, the barrow crossing at Ham Street has been removed. Platform 1 can still be accessed by a flat, step free entrance. Access to Platform 2 is now only via a 65m, steep gradient ramp. For assistance with travelling from this station please contact the Southern Assisted Travel Team on 0800 138 1016

We are a rural dispensing practice covering an area of 150 square miles. With Eurostar stopping at Ashford International, our local station, Paris is as easily accessible as London.  

Hamstreet is a village in Kent, in South East England.

There are no local events running from our centre at the present time.

Please visit www.southernrailway.com/your-journey/cycle-policy/ for Cycle Policy information

There is further information about prescription exemptions and fees on the NHS website

The area is also popular with cyclists, as Romney Marsh to the south is completely flat.

We are unable to take repeat medication requests over the telephone.

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There will be no health visitor baby clinic on the 14th September

Quickfare/ Pertis machines are not low level and have non-compliant user-operated parts.

Saturday morning 24th September Hamstreet Surgery (for ages over 16 only)

Accessible taxis to/from this station to/from the nearest accessible station can be arranged through Southern Assisted Travel - 08451 23 77 70. For other taxi journeys, contact local taxi companies, details of which can be found at www.traintaxi.co.uk.

Step-free access to Platform 1 (to Ashford) via side gate. Access to Platform 2 is now only via a 65m, steep gradient ramp.  Wheelchair users may be able to access with assistance.

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1. Firstly make sure you are not due for a check up with your doctor or nurse before making your request.

If you will have to pay for four or more prescription items in three months, or more than 14 items in 12 months, you may find it cheaper to buy a PPC. 

Information on taxis from this station is available at www.traintaxi.co.uk

We are a progressive and forward thinking practice, in purpose built modern premises and we provide an efficient service in a friendly, caring manner.

Specialising in:  Gynaecology and Contraception (Coils and Implants).

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The friendly team welcome you to the Dukes Head @ Hamstreet. A beautiful restaurant offers a full and varied menu. All the food is prepared and cooked by our experienced chef. Outside we have a seating area at the front of the pub, and a large beer garden. What to Expect

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We really love coffee and the environment. That's why we recycle our coffee grounds to make things like tables, cake stands and appropriately for us - compost for your garden.

Tuesday 4th October Appledore Village Hall 10.30am-11.30am

The Dukes head is situated 4 miles south of Ashford on the A2070 in the centre of Hamstreet village. There is ample parking available including parking for coaches. We have a games area with pool and darts available. There is a large television screen for major sporting events.

3. Allow at least 3 full working days  excluding weekends and bank holidays before collection.

No dedicated area, the car park is available to use.

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Unfortunately we are unable to take repeat medication requests over the telephone.

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The parish church, dedicated to the Good Shepherd [2], is now a shared Anglican/Methodist building, and the parish churches of Orlestone, Snave (now a redundant church), Ruckinge, Warehorne and Kenardington are all within the traditional benefice which was expanded to form the new Saxon Shore benefice along with Bilsington, Bonnington and Aldington.

Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format here

2. Send us your printout by post, fax or email clearly marking the items you require.   - Fax number: 01233 730199.   - Email: mailto:ACCG.hamstreetdispensary@nhs.net 

For Appledore residents repeat prescriptions can be collected on Tuesdays between 10.15 -10.45 from the Village Hall.

Please call the Assisted travel team on 0800 138 1016

Although from the 1970s onwards there has been a loss of some traditional village outlets, there are still a number of shops and places to eat and drink in the village, as well as a school, doctor's surgery, dental clinic and sports facilities. The village is twinned with the village of Thérouanne in northern France.