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Our COVID-19 vaccination programme is working within Government guidelines and we are continuing to focus on offering first doses of the Covid 19 vaccination to those aged 50 and over.

Vaccine supply for April has been restricted and if you are contacted to attend a vaccination appointment, please make every effort to attend.  It may be the last opportunity to receive a first vaccination for some weeks. 



If you are due a second vaccination dose you will be invited to attend our vaccination centre in the 11th week following your first vaccination. Second dose vaccination supplies have not been restricted.



As leisure facilities are opening up, we are having to move our vaccination centre. The new vaccination centre is at;

Harbour Community Centre,

The Crumbles,

Pevensey Bay Road,


BN23 6JH.


The centre will be clearly signposted and there is ample parking a short walk away with clearly marked routes to the centre. Taxi point for drop offs are clearly marked and the centre is on the Bus route 5A but other buses also go to the Harbour area.


For any queries the best way to contact is via email and someone will get back to you. Our phone number for emergency issues only is 0330 124 4002. Please do NOT contact your Practice


Welcome to Old School Surgery 

Seaford incorporating Alfriston Surgery.

Practice Mission Statement

We personally strive to provide high quality health care for all our patients within the framework of NHS primary care.

Our aim is to provide excellent primary care in a relaxed, comfortable and welcoming environment.

We have a wonderful team of staff whom we value enormously as we do our patients.

Our practice was established in May 1997 when we moved from Westdown Road Seaford into the Old School building which was formerly the local primary school for many years and holds childhood memories for many of our patients.

In 2010, we initially merged with and then acquired Alfriston which now forms our branch site surgery

Alfriston Surgery is a dispensing surgery, dispensing to both Alfriston patients.

We have seven GP Partners who are assisted by other regular doctors working at the practice and supporting them in the provision of healthcare for our patients.


Our premises are not purpose built however we do provide wheelchair access as far as possible. We will assist all patients as necessary should these not meet their needs.

We do not have the privilege of patient parking facilities however we do try to keep two car parking spaces at the front of the building for our disabled patients as a drop of point this is not solely designated disabled parking.


(Site updated 01/04/2021)
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