Church Place Surgery
6 Church Place Moffat DG10 9ES
Tel: Moffat (01683) 220197
Fax: (01683) 221320
Out of Hours: 111

Local Groups

Below are some local groups available to provide information or support.  These are not organised by the Surgery and therefore, if you require any further information, we kindly ask that you contact the group direct. 

Breast Cancer Support Group

Support Group Meetings on specified Tuesday dates between 12.30 and 1.30pm at Georgetown Library. For confirmation of the next date, please contact Claire Drummond on 01387 241978.

Also, come along and join the "Walkforward Group" for a local circular walk (weather dependent!)  The group meets in Dumfries on a Tuesday at 11.30am.   The walk will finish at a coffee shop giving you the opportunity to buy refreshments and have a chat. 

For further information & confirmation of dates and locations, please contact Claire Drummong on 01387 241978.

Cancer Information & Support Centre, Dumfries

Free information and support service for anyone affected by cancer (anyone who has had cancer and their family & friends).  You are welcome to drop in.  There is no need to make an appointment.

Cancer Information & Support Centre, Macmillan Centre, Dumfries & Galloway Royal Infirmary, Bankend Road, Dumfries DG1 4AP.

Open: Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm.

Cancer Support Group: First Tuesday of the every month 7pm to 8.30 pm.

For more information, Telephone Claire Drummond on 01387 241979.

Dumfries & Galloway Hard of Hearing Group

Do you need help with your NHS hearing aid? 

It can take some time to get used to hearing aids, getting used to how to manage your hearing aids and getting used to new sounds.  

The Hard of Hearing Group is a registered hcarity who have trained volunteers who provide help and support with the following:

  • Tubing, minor repairs and battery replacement.
  • Advice on how to clean your hearing aids and how to get the most of of your hearing aids.
  • Information and signposting to other services.

Drop in to Moffat Town Hall 10am to 12pm, on the second Tuesday of every month.

More information at

Moffat Huffin Puffins Group

The Moffat Huffin Puffins Group (affliated to Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland) meet every Friday from 1pm to 2pm at Moffat Day Hospital.   We are an exercise and social group for people living with chest conditions. 

For more information, please contact David Jefferson on 0781 040 4111 or 01576 205979.

(Please check with your GP before taking part in exercises).

WRVS Good Neighbours

WRVS Good Neighbours provide an individual, home visiting service to older people living in this area.  If you feel you could beneift from a little extra friendship and support, then WRVS are here to help.  

Based at Unit 4, Holm Industrial Estate, Selkirk Road, Moffat. 
Telephone 01683 221477
Open Monday to Friday 9am to 3pm. 

Do you want to speak to someone in confidence regardnig a mesh or mesh tape implant for stress urinary incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse?  
If you do then call the:

Mesh Helpline

07824 537938

The mesh implant helpline is available on:
Mondays from 4.30 pm to 6.30 pm
Thursdays from 9.00 am to 11.00 am

The Terrence Higgins Strust Scotland will be providing a service across D&G on day a week on Fridays until the end of February 2017.  They will be offering the following:

HIV Support Group  for people affected by and living with HIV - meet on 4th Thursday of each month, 5pm to 7.30 pm at Heather Lodge.

1 to 1 Support on all aspects of men having sex with me.  To book an appointment email or Text 07436 108070.

Free Condoms by Post available until the end of February, visit:

Any queries regarding HIV support please contact Johnathon Gallagher on or Text 07436108070 or visit the website. 



Do you need help with your shopping?  Food Train is a Scottish Charity working with local volunteers, providing a vital grocery delivery service to older people living in Dumfries & Galloway.

Who Can use Food Train?
Any older person living in D&G who has difficulty doing their grocery shopping due to ill health, disability, frailty or mobility problems can enjoy the benefits of their local Food Train. 

How Does it Work?

  • The volunteers will call to collect your shopping list.
  • Your order is packed in the shop in a box, complete with your till receipt and original list.
  • your order is then collected by the volunteers for delivery.
  • On receipt of your shopping you pay the cost of your shopping to Food Train, plus a small delivery charge. 

For more information, contact 01387 270800, or visit


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