FIT (Faecal Immunochemical Test) is a test that looks for blood in a sample of your poo. It looks for tiny traces of blood that you might not be able to see and which could be a sign of cancer.

Your doctor might give you this test as part of the investigation for your symptoms. The FIT results help your doctor decide whether to refer you urgently for more tests.

If cancer is found early, treatments are more effective.

Boston PCN has created some ‘How to do a FIT Test’ instructions  which have been translated for patients in a variety of languages: 

There is also a Non-Speaking Video, to demonstrate how to take the test (including how to hold the container and which way is the right way up).

Patient Information - FIT Test Instructions ( 

For more information you can visit the following links:

Bowel cancer screening - NHS (

Fecal immunochemical test (FIT): MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia

Testing for blood in your poo using the FIT test | Bowel Cancer | Cancer Research UK


Lincolnshire ICB want to hear from children and younger people, and their families, who use asthma, diabetes and epilepsy services in Lincolnshire. Please complete their survey and tell them your experiences and views to help identify what is working well and how you think the services can improve for the future.

To complete the survey you can scan the QR code on the poster below or visit Asthma, Diabetes and Epilepsy Services in Lincolnshire for Children and Young People ( to view the form.

Survey closes on 30 August 2023.

Need the survey in a different format or help to complete it? Contact the Engagement Team at


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Practice Training Dates 2024

To ensure our Practice teams are kept up-to-date with what’s going on including new developments and to assist them feeling involved in our surgery, we are planning a training meeting each month.

These meetings will generally be on the last Tuesday of each month (unless there is a bank holiday in that week) between 1.30 and 3.30 and all staff will be involved.

During these times, the Practice will be closed and we ask for patient’s understanding and patience.  If there are any emergencies, patients should call 999.

2024 Dates of Training Meetings

Tuesday 30th January 1.30-3.30

Tuesday 28th February 1.30-3.30

Tuesday 26th March 1.30-3.30

Tuesday 30th April 1.30-3.30

Tuesday 21st May 1.30-3.30

Tuesday 25th June 1.30-3.30

Tuesday 30th July 1.30-3.30

Tuesday 20th August 1.30-3.30

Tuesday 24th September 1.30-3.30

Tuesday 29th October 1.30-3.30

Tuesday 26th November 1.30-3.30

December – No meeting

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