Still time to have your say on proposed new pharmacy in Spean Bridge 

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Time is running out for residents of Spean Bridge to have their say on a proposed new pharmacy in the area.

NHS Highland and MhorHealth Pharmacy are undertaking a joint consultation exercise to seek the views of local people who may be affected by the opening of a new pharmacy in the village.

This will determine whether residents feel they already have adequate access to pharmacy services in the area and to gauge support for the application.

The consultation process began in December and will close on April 21. No responses can be accepted after 5pm on the closing date.

A public consultation questionnaire is available on the NHS Highland website. A paper copy can be posted on request by calling 01463 706886.

All views submitted will be incorporated into a Consultation Analysis Report which NHS Highland says will be taken into account by the NHS Highland Pharmacy Practices Committee (PPC) which decides the outcome of an application.