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Welcome to Sexual Health Cheshire West and Chester

We provide free and confidential sexual health services in Cheshire West and Chester including Winsford, Blacon and Ellesmere Port. Our services include providing free information and advice on all types of contraception and STI testing and treatment. Our service is confidential, non-judgemental and for people of all ages, genders and orientations.

Everyone is welcome and you don’t need to see a GP first. You can attend one of our walk-in clinics, book an appointment online 24/7 or speak to us on 0300 247 0020 

Sexual Health Services available in Chester and Cheshire West

  • Sexual Health Counselling and advice
  • Contraception (all types)
  • Coil and implant fitting and removal
  • Emergency contraception
  • Screening and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Referrals for termination of pregnancy
  • Cervical screening
  • PrEP- Pre-exposure prophylaxis

Sexual Health Clinics in Chester, Winsford, Ellesmere Port and Blacon

Fountains Health Centre Sexual Health clinic
Fountains Health, Delamere Street, Chester, CH1 4DS

Parking on site £1 for 2 hours following validation within the clinic.

Blacon Clinic
Trinity Church Hall, Norris Road, Blacon, Chester, CH1 5DZ

Parking on site free of charge.

Ellesmere Port, Stanney Lane Clinic
Stanney Lane, Ellesmere Port, CH65 9AE

Parking available with the Whitby car park free of charge.

West Cheshire College 
Health and Wellbeing Centre, 1st Floor, West Cheshire College, Ellesmere Port Campus, off Sutton Way, Ellesmere Port, CH65 7BF.

Parking on site free of charge.


Neston Clinic

Mellock Lane, Little Neston, CH64 9RN

Parking on site free of charge.

Northwich Clinic

Northwich Clinic, Victoria Infirmary, Winnington Hill, Northwich, CW8 1AW

Parking on site £3 for up to 4 hours.

Dene Drive
Dene Drive Primary Care Centre, Winsford, CW7 1AT

Parking on site free of charge.


Wharton Primary Healthcare Centre, Crook Lane, Wharton, Winsford, CW7 3GY

Parking on site free of charge.

Call 0300 247 0020 08:30-16:00

Urgent symptoms

For an emergency or urgent help outside these hours, visit your nearest A&E which is likely to be Warrington NHS Foundation Trust or Leighton Hospital at Mid Cheshire NHS Trust or The Countess of Chester NHS Foundation Trust.  Find your nearest urgent care service and find your nearest A&E.

Emergency contraception - IUD's

Emergency IUDs are the most effective form of emergency contraception and can be fitted at our sexual health clinics (please call us on 0300 247 0020  or book an appointment online). Emergency contraceptive pills are available free from our sexual health clinics, some pharmacies and GP practices. Out of hours, emergency contraceptive pills are available from most NHS walk-in centres, minor injury units, and some hospital A&E departments. It is also available (at a cost) from most pharmacies.

If you’ve had unprotected sex and want to know your pregnancy risk and options, you might like to use the SXT emergency contraception calculator. This will help you to assess your pregnancy risk but it cannot tell you for certain whether you are or will become pregnant.

Call 0300 247 0020 08:30-16:00

Emergency contraception - contraceptive pills

Emergency contraceptive pills are available free from our sexual health clinics.

If you are aged between 15-25 years Emergency Contraceptive pills are available free from some pharmacies and GP practices.  Out of hours, emergency contraceptive pills are available from most NHS walk-in centres, minor injury units, and some hospital A&E departments. It is also available (at a cost) from most pharmacies.

Call 0300 247 0020 08:30-16:00
Emergency pill finder

PrEP- Pre-exposure prophylaxis

PrEP or pre-exposure prophylaxis involves HIV negative people taking HIV medication called Truvada as a method of helping to prevent HIV infection. Recent research has shown that if taken correctly, Truvada is highly effective at preventing HIV infection.

PrEP does not protect against any other STI’s, only HIV. You need to take other precautions in addition to PrEP to protect yourself from all other STIs. We recommend regular STI testing if you are on PrEP. You should have an HIV test every 3 month.

Further advice on how to take can be found at iwantprepnow

You can also find more information at Prepster

PEPSE (anti-HIV medication)

PEPSE can stop HIV infection taking hold after the virus has entered the body. However, it is an emergency measure to be used as a last resort. Please call us if you think you need PEPSE on 0300 247 0020. You can get this from Sexual Health , HIV clinics and Accident & Emergency.  Regular family doctors (GPs) don’t give PEPSE.

Call 0300 247 0020 08:30-16:00

Order a free STI test

Rape and abuse

If you’ve been sexually assaulted, please don’t suffer alone. It’s important that you’re seen as soon as possible for physical and emotional support. You can call us straight away but we recommend you first contact your nearest Sexual Assault & Referral Centre (SARC) which is St Mary’s SARC. Their helpline is run by crisis workers and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 0161 276 6515.

Call 0161 276 6515 24 hr

Get free condoms

You can access free condoms at any of our sexual health or contraceptive clinics each time you attend. Please ask a clinician.

The C-Card (Condom Distribution Scheme) is a card for anyone under 25.  It gives you access to free condoms across a variety of locations in Cheshire.  Sign-up at your nearest registration site for your first.  Registration sites are Pharmacies, Youth Projects and School Nurses amongst a range of other sites.  To find a site use your interactive map or visit usemyccard.com

In addition people who are over 25 and wish to access sexual health services provided by Body Positive can do so through the condom and lubricant by post distribution scheme. This can also be done by arrangement with a Body Positive worker using the helpline (01270 653150) or email health@bpcnw.co.uk