Lloyds Pharmacy is to axe all 237 outlets, inside Sainsbury's Supermarkets by the end of 2023. They say they're closing due to ''marketing conditions''.
- Pharmacy chain said it has cut services following 'changing market conditions'
- It's 'exploring options' and will confirm closure plans on 'branch-by-branch' basis
- LloydsPharmacy didn't disclose how many workers would be affected by closure
Lloyds Pharmacy has said it will pull out of its 237 pharmacy sites within Sainsbury’s supermarkets.
The pharmacy chain said it has cut the services following a strategic review “in response to changing market conditions”.
LloydsPharmacy added that it is “exploring options” for each branch individual and will confirm exact closure plans on a “branch-by-branch” basis but expects to complete the process over the course of 2023.
It stressed that it is working with all colleagues impacted by the announcement but did not disclose how many workers would be affected.
Kevin Birch, chief executive officer of LloydsPharmacy, said: “This decision has not been an easy one and we understand that our patients and customers may have questions about how the change will affect them.Full story (Source)
As soon as there's more information, in regards to when they will close, dates etc, i will update.