My practice is run from a purpose built ground floor annex to my home on Liverpool Road. This means it works brilliantly as a clinic and is easy to get to without having to go into town.
The clinic has:
- Ramped access for easy wheelchair or pushchair access
- Toilet facilities on site
- Level easy access from public transport
- Easy free parking
- A comfy and colourful waiting area
- A single clinical room meaning it's quiet and safe
Monday 2:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Friday 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
How to spot the practice
Built in 1935 the house retains many of its original art deco features including stained glass windows and, as you would expect, the house has a purple door, very easy to spot.
I love my purple plants and you'll often see a variety of different potted plants outside the front of the practice as you pass down Liverpool Road.
The display changes throughout the seasons. From hellebores, crocus, and tulips in the spring to allium, sweet peas, and petunias in the summer along with some amethyst lips salvias, sea holly (eryngium) and purple leaved canna lilies. But whatever the season it's always pretty eye catching.
If you're not into flowers, the clinic is right opposite the Texaco petrol station 🙂
The practice is easily accessible on foot, by car or bus, being located close to the Penketh Lane Ends junction of Liverpool Rd and Warrington Road and opposite the Texaco petrol station,
If you're coming by car, you can park on my driveway or there is plenty of free on street parking nearby.
If you're using the bus the best options are buses No 7, 32 or 110. Our nearest stop is Penketh Lane Ends. You can get all the information you need from the Network Warrington website
The clinic has ramp access for anyone who has difficulties with steps or needs a handrail to hold on to.