NHS Covid Pass- please go to this link for information:

 Local Covid vaccine clinics: no appointment necessary

First dose Pfizer surgeries are being held for Oldham residents aged 18 and over.

Click on the link for more details

The Surgery will close for staff training on (usually) the 1st or 2nd Thursday (occasionally Wednesday) every month. Please note that these dates are subject to change as per Oldham CCG. The Practice will be CLOSED from 1.00pm until 7.30am the following day.

If you need to order a repeat prescription please email, please only contact the surgery to order medication if you are unable to email your request. Prescriptions take 48 hours to be processed. 

Covid 19 Advice and Information

Royton & Crompton Family Practice

are continuing to follow the Government Guidelines on Surgeries being open.

The surgery is open for business as usual but will continue to book phone call consultations only with "No Walk In" until further notice.


We politely request that anybody coming into the surgery wears a face covering, this can be a mask, scarf, or anything else which covers your mouth and nose. This is for the protection of everyone and we thank you for complying. 

The government guidance suggests there is no requirement for the public to provide evidence, medical or otherwise, for exemption therefore a self-declaration from the individual should be sufficient.
For more information please visit the GOV.UK website on the use of face coverings:
Patients who are travelling by plane, and feel unable to wear a face covering, should contact the "Special Assistance Team" for their individual airline.

Covid specific advice for Oldham

As you may be aware, Oldham has been identified as a Covid hotspot and there are specific guidelines in place for our town, please follow the link below for the latest advice

LGBT and Covid Advice

**Extension to Self Isolation period announced by Chief Medical Officers 30/07/20**

Chief Medical Officers today have announced the period of self-isolation will be extended from 7 to 10 days for those in the community who have symptoms or a positive test result. 

In symptomatic people COVID-19 is most infectious just before, and for the first few days after symptoms begin. It is very important people with symptoms self-isolate and get a test, which will allow contact tracing. 

Advice to patients: 

Stay home and self-isolate for 10 days. Members of your household should self-isolate at home too for 14 days from the point where you started having symptoms. 

The symptoms of Covid-19 are fever, a persistent or new cough, and loss of sense of smell and taste. 

Book a Covid-19 test immediately: 

  • Get a coronavirus test - website or call 119 if you do not have internet access.
  • The test is most accurate in the first 5 days of having symptoms. 

You should isolate yourself if you have any of the symptoms and only leave your house when going to get your test. 

For more information about the self-isolation extension, please visit

Advice for parents during coronavirus 

Coronavirus: emergency need helpline

The Council, Oldham Foodbank and Action Together are working together to arrange delivery of emergency food and other essential personal and household items to people in need.

This offer is for people who are unable to leave the house and don’t have a trusted friend, neighbour or family member to help them. This could be someone of any age.


Call for help on:

  • 0161 770 7007

Open from:

  • 9.00am - 5.00pm on weekdays
  • 11.00am - 2.00pm on weekends

Essential food hampers (fruit&veg, bread, dairy, rice, pasta, etc) from JLR in Royton, 0161 652 6457

Fresh pies and cakes from Arundel Bakery in Oldham, 0161 6334300

Fresh fish by the fish-man off Royton market, 07811175615

Bull’s Head Farm Shop in Heyside, 07889 968261

Shane’s quality meats in Royton, 07920 188968

Woodcocks butchers on Royton precinct, 0161 624 2786

David Ashworth butchers from Oldham market, 0161 624 0931

Bentleys master butcher from Oldham market, 07789 861832

Taylor produce can also deliver fresh fruit and veg, message them via facebook to place an order  

(Site updated 04/09/2020)

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