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Amanda works from two different clinics in the Nottingham and surrounding Nottinghamshire areas including Gedling and Eastwood.
Each clinic is quiet and peaceful with disabled wheelchair access and toilet facilities. Please use the links to the left to find maps and detailed instructions on how to get to each of the places.
You may contact Amanda by using the phone numbers listed here or by use of the web form below. Please give as much detail as possible with regard to your query and she will hopefully get back to you within 1-2 business days.
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Gedling Clinic, Nottingham
Tel: 0115 961 3237
Getting to Gedling by car
From Nottingham, take Woodborough Road and keep going straight on until you are on Mapperley Top (the shops at the top of the hill). You will see Carlton Library on your right. Keep going straight on.
At the next traffic light junction after the library (excluding Pelican Crossing lights) turn right into Arnold Lane (the A6211) signposted Gedling.
Drive down and then up the hill, until you come into Gedling (past Sainsbury’s at Beaumonts on your left)
After the second bus shelter on your left, turn left into Jessops Lane. (If you drive past the Church on your left you have gone too far. There is a mini round-about just after the church where you can turn round. Jessops Lane will then be the first turn on your right after the church.)
Follow Jessops Lane down the hill, and then just after you go under a railway bridge the road turns to the left. Park on the left shortly after the corner on a grassy verge, pulling well off the road.
Walk back to the white house on the corner with the criss-cross fence. It is No. 83.
Getting to Gedling by bus
The 44 and 45 buses run from Nottingham every 10 minutes ’til 6pm, then every 15 minutes. (Don’t catch the 44a or 44b, nor the 45a or 45b). Ask for a ticket to Gedling Church. Jessops Lane is very close to the bus stop. Walk down Jessops Lane, under the railway bridge, and 83 is the white house on the corner with the criss-cross fence. If you catch the 45, please be aware that it will wait for a while at Wollaton Avenue before it carries on to Gedling Church.
The room is fully accessible to disabled people, but please note that there is no waiting room at this clinic.
If you arrive early, please be aware that there is no waiting room at this Clinic, so please wait in your car until the time of your appointment.
Maple House Clinic, Eastwood, Nottingham
Tel: 01773 530268
Getting to Eastwood by car
From Junction 26 on the M1, take the west-bound exit onto the A610 as if you are going to Ikea.
Keep on the A610 and drive past Ikea (on your right).
At the next junction the road divides into 2 lanes. Get into left-hand lane signposted Eastwood, and you’ll come to a round-about.
At the round-about turn right into Eastwood (drive past B&Q on your right).
Following signs to Eastwood Town Centre you’ll drive round three sides of a square – a little one-way system.
When you get to the third set of traffic lights, (not counting pelican crossings) turn left onto Nottingham Road.
On Nottingham Road, you’ll go over a zebra crossing, and then on your right, just after the Lloyds/TSB Bank and before the greengrocer/florist is Alexandra Street.
Turn right into Alexandra Street. Maple House Clinic is the second building on your left.
At the end of Alexandra Street there is parking for non-residents. There are some parking permits held on reception for clients to park in the unlikely event of difficulty finding a space.
Getting to Eastwood by bus
The main bus stop in Eastwood is on Nottingham Road, near the Post Office. Alexandra Street is a very short walk down Nottingham Road. Ask for directions for Lloyds/TSB Bank, and Alexandra Street is in between the greengrocer/florists shop and Lloyds/TSB Bank. Maple House Clinic is the second building on the left. Main buses into Eastwood are:
- The R1, (every 10 minutes)
- The Black Cat bus, (every hour)
- The 125, (every hour)
There are two steps into the building. Flat access to Maple House Clinic is round the back. A stair-lift goes to the second floor. Amanda’s room is on the third floor. If mobility is a problem, please contact the Clinic in advance. We will make every effort to accommodate you.