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Before calling us, please read our FAQ's page where you will find answers to some of your queries.

Our opening hours are:

  • Monday to Friday - 8 am to 6 pm
  • Saturday - 8 am to 4 pm
  • Sunday - 9.30 am to 2.30 pm

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) ESSENTIAL INFORMATION

For safety, please do not attend your in person appointment at the clinic if: 

  • You have symptoms of COVID
  • Or you have been advised to isolate.

If your face-to-face appointment with us is within your isolation period or you are symptomatic of COVID, please call us to rebook.

Visit NHS 111 online for more information and advice.

Click for the latest information if you are travelling from outside the United Kingdom for your treatment


A medical assessment and full consultation is necessary before abortion treatment can take place to make sure that it is legal, suitable and safe. The consultation and medical assessment is usually completed over the telephone, but sometimes takes place in clinic, and we may need to send you for a scan to date your pregnancy. Click for more information.

Most BPAS abortion treatments are paid for by the NHS - please have your NHS Number available (ask your GP Practice if you don't know it)   

Request an appointment - Book your appointment here for abortion services only. Please complete all the details and we will email you your appointment information.

2  Call 03457 30 40 30 to book an appointment or make an enquiry.  

The call is charged at a local rate and phone line opening times are listed above. When the phone lines are closed, you can leave a message and we will return your call. 

3  If using Skype, or calling from outside the UK call +44 1789 508 211

4  Deaf or hard of hearing - call the BPAS textphone on: 0345 365 1450.  Entry to most BPAS clinics is gained via intercom - please check when you make a booking.

We always offer the earliest and most convenient appointment (standby appointments are not available).  

We won't contact your GP without your permission, but we may need to share some personal information with other healthcare providers or organisations in order to provide your care. For example to gain NHS funding or to understand your medical history. Any person receiving your information is bound by strict data protection rules and it will only be used to help you receive the services and support you need. Read more about how we use your information.