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Dudley Taylor Pharmacies Ltd
We are a group of Independent NHS Community Pharmacies serving the people of Telford, Gillingham, Barnt Green, Bude, Shrewsbury, Rugby, Bishop's Castle, Blaenavon, Blidworth, Brackley, Chepstow, Carlton in Lindrick, Caldicot, Birmingham, Cheswick Green, Campden, Radstock, Cleobury Mortimer, Coleford, Bath, Dorridge, Droitwich Spa, Edwinstowe, Farnsfield, Henley-in-Arden, Hereford, Kenilworth, Kineton, Knowle, Langold, Llandrindod Wells, Llanidloes, Brackley, Magor, Gloucester, Mere, Solihull, Newport, North Anston, Oldland, Portskewett, Presteigne, Rushden, Gloucester, South Anston, South Cerney, Southam, Daventry, Stratton, Thrapston, Usk, Warwick, Wellesbourne, and Woburn Sands.

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Dudley Taylor Pharmacies Ltd

Dudley Taylor Pharmacies Ltd is a family owned company with a Pharmacy tradition dating back to 1948. It is still family owned and continues to be committed to community healthcare. The Pharmacy Group has approaching 60 Pharmacies situated in England and Wales. We have pharmacies stretching from the Rotherham area in the North to Cornwall in the South, with many of our branches in the West Midlands, but we are also located in Northamptonshire, Suffolk, Telford, Shrewsbury and Mid and South Wales.

Dudley Taylor Pharmacies are predominantly situated in local communities, and all of our Pharmacy teams are passionate about providing excellent and efficient Pharmaceutical Services to people in these communities, in a professional yet friendly manner, to help them feel and stay healthy. We have many long serving staff working throughout the company, which we feel allows relationships to develop with our many patients, which is crucial reason why we are able to provide an excellent service.

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