Rusland Valley update

Mar 27, 2020

Cllr David Hoyle, from Thwaite Moss, is acting as local coordinator for the Rusland Valley and if you need any help or advice in relation to food shopping, prescriptions, dog walking, using Skype/FaceTime, or just want a chat, get in touch on 860390 or davidhoyle1@gmail.com  He has a list of local volunteers.

Hawkshead Pharmacy will deliver your prescription. Contact telephone 015394 36201 or email hawksheadpharmacy@gmail.com

“Smartphone users can download the free app ‘free prescription requests and support’ using this link https://m67e4.app.goo.gl/nVf

For people who already use the pharmacy, give us a call to arrange delivery.  Please plan ahead to help us schedule deliveries.  We can also offer  a “drive by and collect” service, give us a call for details.  If you wish to have your medicines delivered to the pharmacy and don’t already, please give us a call or email to arrange for your prescriptions to be sent here. You can also do this using the App.” 

Thanks,

Simon and the team at Hawkshead Pharmacy.

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