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Community pharmacies and their teams have been faced with unprecedented challenges in dealing with the outbreak of COVID-19.
Moulton Pharmacy has proven itself to be an invaluable resource on the front line of healthcare, providing lifesaving prescription services, support, advice and reassurance to patients and their families when they need it most.
As the Government called for the nation to 'stay home and save lives', they asked pharmacy teams to show up for work. This demonstrates the value inherent in the critical role pharmacy teams play within their local communities. More »
The Government however, through austerity measures over the last four years has removed over £200 million of funding, their intention to force 3,000 local community pharmacies to close.
The reality could be much worse.
All pharmacies in England are under significant financial pressure and are indeed on the brink of bankruptcy. Just recently, over half of all pharmacies in England reported they were operating at a loss, these pharmacies could risk facing closure at a time our nation needs them most.
What would that mean for our friends and families, for our communities who rely on them day in, day out? The consequences of pharmacy closures would be unimaginable and we want to ensure this doesn't happen, but we can't do it alone, we need your help.
Your community pharmacies need you now, as much as you need them. Sign our petition to urge the Government to rethink the current funding model and invest appropriately to save our pharmacies.
Posted: Fri, 10 Jul 2020 11:08 by Maureen Holliday
Community Resilience Update Special Edition 100 days
Posted: Fri, 10 Jul 2020 10:25 by Maureen Holliday
Every year Northamptonshire Libraries deliver the Summer Reading Challenge, which challenges children to read 6 books during the summer holidays. It has been proven that children who don't continue reading during the summer have a lower reading age when they return to school in September than that before the summer. You can find out more about the challenge on our webpage: www.northamptonshire.gov.uk/src or on our facebook page: www.facebook.com/NorthamptonshireSRC
Posted: Tue, 07 Jul 2020 11:37 by Maureen Holliday