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Please see below for the latest news and developments at Gale Farm Pharmacy.

Bank Holiday Closure

(Posted on 27/04/17)

Please note we will be closed on the following days:Bank Holiday Monday 1st May 2017 Bank Holiday Monday 29th May 2017Please remember to order any prescriptions in good time and stock up on any medicines.

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Easter Bank Holiday Opening Times

Easter Bank Holiday Opening Times

(Posted on 16/03/17)

Remember to order your repeat prescriptions and medication in good time for the Easter Bank Holiday. Check out our opening times.

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Our 2017 Charity - MIND

Our 2017 Charity - MIND

(Posted on 17/01/17)

We're proud to be fundraising for MIND throughout 2017.MIND are a mental health charity providing advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem, campaigning to improve services, raise awareness and promote a better understanding of mental illness.We'd love you to support us in our fundraising efforts by dropping any loose...

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Christmas & New Year 2016 Opening Times

Christmas & New Year 2016 Opening Times

(Posted on 24/11/16)

Remember to order your prescriptions in time for the festive period, and stock up on all your over the counter medicines.See our opening times on the image.

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Local MP visits our Pressure Station

Local MP visits our Pressure Station

(Posted on 20/09/16)

Last week was Blood Pressure UK's 'Know Your Numbers Week' and local MP Rachael Maskell visited our Pressure Station to have her blood pressure taken. According to Blood Pressure UK's research, an estimated 56,100 people living in York have hypertension/high blood pressure. This is the biggest risk factor for stroke and heart attacks yet worryingly...

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Gale Farm Pharmacy Supports Blood in Pee Campaign

Gale Farm Pharmacy Supports Blood in Pee Campaign

(Posted on 05/02/16)

Did you know that blood in your pee could be a sign of bladder or kidney cancer?  The NHS’s Be Clear on Cancer campaign is focusing on bladder and kidney cancer throughout February and March and are urging you to visit your GP if you notice blood in your pee, even if you only see it once.  “It’s likely to be nothing serious...

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