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Welcome to Horsefair Surgery, providing Primary Health Care for Banbury, Middleton Cheney, Chipping Warden, Wardington and surrounding areas.

Our health care team is here to treat those minor illness and ailments that occur as well as providing specialist management of long-term conditions and clinics covering a wide range of healthcare issues. The use of technology also means you can now do a lot of things from the comfort of your home, such as ordering your repeat medication, making an appointment, viewing your electronic medical records and even cancelling an appointment.  Patients and healthcare professionals work together to ensure the most appropriate care is provided. This partnership philosophy extends further and, our active Patient Participation Group aims to ensure their Practice put the patient, and improving health at the heart of everything it does.

Practice Facilities

We provide free parking* for our patients, including a dedicated parking area for disabled patients at South Bar House.   Horsefair Surgery is located on the first floor of South Bar House and is easily accessible by wheelchair and prams or pushchairs. Lifts are available inside the main back door entrance.

* You will be able to park for 10 minutes without a permit. Thereafter, you can extend your stay to allow you time to collect your prescription medication or visit the surgery, by entering your vehicle registration number on the electronic touchscreen in reception or at the Cox and Robinson Pharmacy.

PLEASE NOTE: Our car park is ANPR controlled and you MUST enter your vehicle registration number correctly, every time you visit, on the touchscreen in reception or Cox and Robinson to avoid a Parking Charge Notice being issued. 

(Site updated 05/12/2017)
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