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Chappells Pharmacy Crowborough
St  Deny's Pharmacy Rotherfield St Deny's Pharmacy Jarvis Brook


Our Pharmacies offer a range of services for all the family

If you have any questions or concerns regarding any of our services please contact us.  


For the latest information on prescription costs in the UK Please visit the  NHS Health Costs website.


Choosing your local independent pharmacy dispense your repeat prescriptions means you can:

  • Choose a pharmacy that suits you (such as one close to where you live, work or shop or that is open later)

  • Access to friendly personable advice

  • Get help with any new medicines you are taking

  • Speak to a pharmacist about your medication


We offer a  prescription delivery service to those who are housebound or unable to get to the pharmacy. 


We dispense all NHS prescriptions. We keep a comprehensive stock of prescription medicines and use a fast and efficient wholesaler service to enable us to fulfil all prescriptions promptly.

Please do not hesitate to ask if you are unsure about your medication or if you are concerned about any potential side effects. Your pharmacist is a medical professional who can give you advice about your medication, discreetly and in total confidence.


What is a Medicines Use Review?

A Medicines Use Review is a free NHS service offered by pharmacies in the UK. The review involves an appointment with your local pharmacist, in a private consultation room. It is an opportunity for you to discuss your medicines with a pharmacist, to understand how your medicines should be used and why they have been prescribed, as well as solving any problems you may have with them.

Call in now to book in for an appointment!

Questions you may ask:

  • What does this medicine do?

  • Why is it important that I take this medicine?

  • Are there any other treatment options?

  • When and how should I take it?

  • How long should I take it for?

  • What other medicines, drinks, foods or activities should I be aware of when I am taking this medicine?

  • What should I do if I don't feel well while taking it?

  • How do I know it's helping?

  • How can I be sure it's safe for me to take?

  • What are the possible risks and side effects?

  • What should I do if I get one of these effects?



We dispense private prescriptions from GMC registered doctors.

If you would like us to dispense your private prescription, please hand it in at the Pharmacy counter.

Private prescriptions are not subject to NHS charges, but you will have to pay for the medication itself. There are no exemptions for private prescriptions and all items will need to be paid for.


We will need to see the person that the emergency contraception is intended for and the pharmacist will need to ask a few questions regarding medical history in our private consultation room.


Your Pharmacist is a medical professional and everything discussed is in complete confidence, there is no need to give your name or any personal details such as your address.


Click here to see the questions your pharmacist will need ask before they issue the emergency contraception. If you prefer you can complete the on-line questionnaire which you can print out and hand this in to the pharmacist when they ask to talk to you.


If you have out of date or unwanted medicines, both prescription or over the counter drugs, don't throw them in the bin or flush them.

You can take your unwanted or out of date medicines back to your pharmacy for safe disposal, and it's completely free.

Unused prescription medicines cost the NHS across the UK over £300 million every year, so please only order what you need. 

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