Community Pharmacy Lancashire (CPL) is made up of fifteen members representing independent community pharmacies, CCA pharmacies & AIMp pharmacies. The number of representatives is proportional to each sector.
The committee members are supported by two full time and two part time employees.
Interested in joining the committee? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
More can be found about LPCs from the PSNC website https://psnc.org.uk/lpcs/about-lpcs along with a guide for LPC prospective members
If you would like to be an observer for any of our meetings, please contact email@example.com
Community Pharmacy Lancashire Plan on a Page. 2019-2030
Constitution & Governance
The Local Pharmaceutical Committee is constituted according to the PSNC model constitution and follows a strict accountability procedure and governance arrangements. The relevant documents can be viewed below.
Our complaints policy
Here at CPL we always aim to go above and beyond to deliver the best service to our contractors and pharmacy teams working within our footprint.
Whilst we always try our best, we appreciate that sometimes we may not get things right. So if you have concerns, suggestions or feedback then please do get in touch, as we want to provide the best service possible to you, our contractors, so we can use this feedback to improve our service.
You can contact us by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org where one of the team shall be in touch with you
All CPL members & staff sign a confidentiality agreement updated annually
Declaration of Interests
All CPL members sign a Code of Conduct – Declarations of Interests form which is updated annually. These can be obtained on request from the CPL office.
CPL is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office. Certificate of Registration
Community Pharmacy Lancashire Privacy Notice– updated August 2018