Save Our Pharmacies posters on the way

As part of the joint #SaveOurPharmacies campaign, the national pharmacy bodies have arranged for an A2 window poster to be sent to community pharmacies.

The striking window posters are being distributed to all community pharmacies in England in the latest editions of Pharmacy Magazine and P3pharmacy. Pharmacy Magazine’s March edition will hit pharmacy doormats early next week (w/c 27th March), with P3pharmacy’s April edition arriving mid-month.

Click here for a sneak preview of the poster

The poster is the latest output of a joint programme of work being coordinated by PSNC, CCA, AIM and the NPA. The new resource aims to make it easy for pharmacy teams get behind the campaign and help mobilise public support.

Our thanks go to the Communications International Group (CIG), who own both publications, for their support with the poster’s design and distribution. CIG has also created a complementary animated video for use on digital screens, which can be found in this dropbox folder (also linked to from the pharmacy resources section of the campaign website).

All #SaveOurPharmacies campaign resources – such as posters, flyers, social media graphics, digital display graphics, MP briefings and key messaging – can be found on the campaign website. Further new resources will be added as the campaign progresses.

A spokesperson for the #SaveOurPharmacies campaign group said:

“Community pharmacies are under more pressure than ever before and this needs to be addressed urgently. This is why the national pharmacy bodies have come together behind the #SaveOurPharmacies campaign. There is huge public support for the sector and now is the time to mobilise that support to clearly demonstrate the value of pharmacies to key influencers and policymakers. We hope the new window poster – along with all the resources available at – will help as many pharmacies as possible to drum up support from their patients. We’re grateful to the team at CIG for their generosity in helping us to distribute these posters widely across England.”

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