Doing a physics A-level without maths aswellWatch
What's your (current) GCSE maths grade? Unless you specifically struggle with maths you'll be fine, particularly algebra and trigonometry. A lot more rearranging equations, solving a few quadratics/trig equations - there'll be some logarithms but those are in chemistry too. There is very little in A-level physics beyond GCSE maths.
Hmmm. I've just started looking at other discussions. It just seems to vary a lot
If you want to take physics past A Level, you'll definitely want maths. It's required for most degrees. My physics teacher directed us to a physics club, but he only told those of us doing further maths, as it would have been too advanced even for those doing regular maths.
(anyway, this does back up my statement that you chose badly)