Eastry Pharmacy sold out to London operator


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Eastry Pharmacy, a high-volume community pharmacy located on The Cross in Eastry, Near Sandwich has been sold to an experienced London operator for an undisclosed price.

The pharmacy dispenses an average of 11,443 items per month and, amongst its many service offerings, it is the main pharmacy in East Kent for Yellow Fever vaccinations.

It was owned by London-based Pharmacist, Najam Hafeez, for over 30 years and, following a confidential sales process with Christie & Co, which generated multiple offers, it has been sold to an experienced London operator.




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