Your local Ely Minor Injury Unit (MIU) can treat a range of minor
illnesses and injuries such as sprains and strains, broken bones, minor burns
and scalds, minor head and eye injuries, cuts, bites and stings.
No appointment necessary, Ely MIU is open 8.30am – 6.00pm, seven
days a week, including bank holidays, with X-Ray services also available Monday
Patients (adults and children aged two or over) are seen by highly
skilled nurse practitioners who can offer treatment and advice on illnesses and
injuries that need attention urgently but are not critical or life
threatening. GP support is also
available Monday to Friday. Please help
your NHS to continue to run smoothly by choosing the right service for your
illness or injury.
If you have an urgent medical concern, or unsure which service is
right for you, call NHS 111. Open 24/7,
trained medical advisors will access your symptoms and direct you to the
appropriate service. Depending on the
situation, the team can connect you to a nurse, dentist or a GP.
Contact Details: Princess of Wales Hospital, Lynn Road,
Ely, CB6 1DN. Tel: 01353 656675
Addenbrooke's Hospital is an internationally renowned teaching
hospital and research centre in Cambridge, England, with strong affiliations to
the University of Cambridge. The
hospital is run by Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and is a
designated academic health science centre. It is also the East of England's
major trauma centre and was the first such centre to be operational in the
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We are very fortunate to have excellent
education facilities in Bottisham where children can grow and develop from two
years of age to 16; with children starting off either at the Saplings Preschool, an independent playgroup for
toddlers between two and four years of age followed or Bottisham Primary School offering a happy, caring and stimulating
environment where children are able to achieve their fullest potential. Then children can progress onto Bottisham Village College, a highly regarded
comprehensive school of approximately 1200 students. Bottisham Village College has a widely
important role in the local community. Red2Green
is a charitable organisation based in the village that helps those 16+ with
autism or learning disabilities achieve their goals in training, education,
work, friendship and fun.
Bottisham also has a Community Library, located at and shared with Bottisham Village College, providing educational resources for all.
Bottisham Sports Centre, based at
Bottisham Village College, boasts a 25 metre four lane pool with spectator
area, offering public and fitness swim sessions plus a comprehensive range
of swimming lessons for all ages and abilities. The fitness options are
wide and inclusive with classes like Zumba, Spin, Aqua Zumba, Swim
fit, Insanity, Pilates, Aqua Aerobics, Vera-flow and HIIT. You do not need to live in Bottisham or have a child
at the college to use the Sports Centre.