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Surgeries in the snow: your photos and stories

Tell us how your practice is coping with the wintry weather, send us your photos - and win a £25 Amazon voucher.

Whether you’re snowed in for the weekend, out sledding with the kids and making whole families of snow people, or just received a light dusting and are wondering what all the fuss is about, we’re asking you to send us your pictures and stories.

We’ll be publishing the best, so you can earn snow-bragging rights with your colleagues. And there’s a £25 Amazon voucher up for grabs for our favourite photo or anecdote.

Get in touch

Please email your experiences and photos to, tweet us @pulsetoday or visit our facebook page - or alternatively let us know how you’re faring in the comments below.

Tribute to my staff…

Tribute to my staff, for always keeping the surgery going, even extended access today, early morning surgery! With staff arriving at 715am. Never failed in 21 years, not to carry on normal service even in an area that is prone to flooding and inclement area.


Picture shows Jennie Wilson, Siobhan Hubbard and Dr Lakhani clearing snow away and putting down rocksalt.

Professor Mayur Lakhani CBE FRCGP


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Readers' comments (1)

  • I have started my mission today from NW londonto Dagenham where my GP practice is located. 28 Patients on the list and 26 turned up. Very good attendance rate considering the bad weather.
    Even in very good weather we can expect upto 4-5 DNAs
    I thank all the pateints really for their effort to make it.
    London getting better

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