East Grinstead Health Centre; St Michaels Road; East Grinstead RH19 3JSTelephone 01342 324713 during clinic hours Telephone 01293 600459 outside of clinic hours East Grinstead Health Centre clinic offers a range of services through walk in sessions and appointment sessions.Doctors; nurses and an administrative team offer services from this location.
We are a friendly group who meet in the Church hall of the Forest Row baptist church on the Hartfield road every third Tuesday of the month.
Doors open at 7pm where tea / coffee and cakes are available making time for a chat to friends and other members before the announcements at 7.45 regarding our groups activities etc start. We have a very active walking group where we walk in the surrounding area of 4-5 miles often followed by a pub lunch or cuppa often a couple of times a month.
Girls’ Journeying Together – a year-long exploration with a small group of girls your age Who?
Pre-teen girls; aged 10-12yrs (in year 6 and 7) When? Free trial session with Mums: 5-7pm Friday 2nd March 2018 or 10am-12pm Saturday 3rd March 2018 Every year around spring time, I start another of my year-long Girls Journeying Together groups.
Please complete the patient registration form prior to your visit.
The clinic is situated within the health centre; other services operate from within the clinic.This site is under reconstruction and is a bit chaotic (much like a teenage brain) – we’ll produce the upgrade with a big tah-dah mid August but in the meantime please email for more information about the Facilitator Training and sign up below for the training taster session on 16th July.A unique opportunity to become involved in pioneering work with pre-teen girls!Other activities members have been involved in also include the Tea and Tents festival, canoeing at Wier Wood reservoir, curling, walks in London, a canal boat trip, a long w/e in Barcelona, summer BBQ to name but a few.If you are looking to make new friends come along and join us at a meeting.Places visited recently include Blackboys near Uckfield, pretty village of Fletching, surrounding the grounds of Standen National Trust, the Ashdown Forest and Horsted Keynes to name but a few.