Following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the government has confirmed that Monday 19 September will be a bank holiday.
The NHS remains open for you this bank holiday weekend - if have an urgent care need please don’t wait.
If you have a pre-booked appointment with one of our CWP teams on Monday 19 September, services will be contacting you directly to confirm or rearrange.
If you have not heard from the service by Friday 16 September and you have a question about your appointment on 19 September, please contact the service directly using the phone number on your appointment letter.
If you need urgent mental health support
If you need urgent mental health support this bank holiday, the NHS is here to help.
If you live in Cheshire or Wirral, you can call our 24/7 crisis line on 0800 145 6485. If you live outside of this area, use the find a local NHS urgent mental health helpline tool to find your local crisis line.
Alternatively, you can access our SHOUT text messaging service by texting BLUE to 85258 to start a conversation with a trained volunteer.
For more information, visit: www.
Accessing other local NHS services
If you need to access GP services over the bank holiday weekend, you can find details of your local GP out of hours service at: www.
Some local pharmacies may have different opening hours during a bank holiday, use the find a pharmacy tool to find an open pharmacy near you.
By restocking medicine cabinets, knowing when your GP practice is open and planning ahead for repeat prescriptions, you can ensure you have everything you need ahead of the bank holiday weekend.
For all other urgent health needs over the bank holiday, phone NHS 111 or visit NHS 111 Online.