Bradmoor Farm, Rear Car Park
St Mary's Church
By Punita at JMW Vicary - 13th August 2020 5:30pm
First of all, thank you to all our patients for supporting us and being understanding during the last few months which have been very difficult.
As lockdown restrictions are eased there will inevitably be a transition period while people who no longer need the home delivery service can be taken off the pharmacy's temporary home delivery list.
You can also help with this transition by letting us know, please:
If you no longer have a need for your prescription to be home delivered (i.e., you or a friend/family member are now able to collect your prescription from the pharmacy) please ask the pharmacy to remove you from the home delivery list by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org quoting your name and DoB.
There is no need to worry about queues at the pharmacy these days, they are generally a thing of the past. By collecting your prescription from the pharmacy you can help support your local service. As many other local businesses have found, the shop side of our business has seen a dramatic fall in turnover as a result of the Covid pandemic.
Should your circumstances change and you require a delivery service, please do not hesitate to drop us an email.
JMW Vicary Ltd
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