Clitheroe pharmacy relocation plans

Female physician in lab coat and mask isolated on white
Female physician in lab coat and mask isolated on white
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Clitheroe’s Lloyds Pharmacy will relocate to premises closer to the town’s Health Centre, a company spokeswoman has confirmed.

Michelle Burke, area manager for Lloyds Pharmacy, said: “Lloyds Pharmacy can confirm its Clitheroe pharmacy will move from Church Street to King Street at the end of the summer 2011.

“We believe the move will give easier access to health care services to the local community by locating closer to Clitheroe Health Centre.

“We will do everything we can to ensure the relocation causes minimum disruption to our customers.

“The new Lloyds pharmacy at King Street will continue to provide a full dispensing service, as well as a wide range of products and services in the new pharmacy, stocking both medical and retail items that we know are regularly bought by local residents.

“We will also continue to dispense to residents of care homes, nursing homes and sheltered accommodation.

“In addition, Lloyds Pharmacy provides a free repeat prescription delivery service for all patients, delivering medication directly to their homes.”

The pharmacy will relocate to property formerly occupied by Blue Door Designs at 7- 9 King Street and a planning application for four internally illuminated signs has been submitted to Ribble Valley Borough Council.

l Plans have been sent in to Ribble Valley Borough Council for the part change of use from a florist shop to retail sales of beauty products and treatment rooms at 23 King Street, Clitheroe.