Just what the doctor ordered

PUBLISHED: 12:25 18 August 2006 | UPDATED: 22:07 28 May 2010

Left to right, Joseph Okoye, Lee Sutton, Barbara Brotherhood, Chloe Ladds, Lorraine Barber, Donna Lewis and Amy Griffin - Pic: Brian Purdy

Left to right, Joseph Okoye, Lee Sutton, Barbara Brotherhood, Chloe Ladds, Lorraine Barber, Donna Lewis and Amy Griffin - Pic: Brian Purdy

LLOYDS Pharmacy in Chatteris has been selected to represent the whole of Fenland, Cambridge and Huntingdon in a national competition to find the best performing store in the UK. Manager and pharmacist Joseph Okoye, supervisor Lorraine Barber, Barbara Brot

LLOYDS Pharmacy in Chatteris has been selected to represent the whole of Fenland, Cambridge and Huntingdon in a national competition to find the best performing store in the UK.

Manager and pharmacist Joseph Okoye, supervisor Lorraine Barber, Barbara Brotherhood, Janet Goodall and Amy Griffin will travel to the Marriott Courtyard Motel in Milton Keynes for the competition on September 5.

At the beginning of the year Lloyds

Pharmacies set up a system to monitor how its stores and staff interact with customers. The Chatteris store has been meeting all its targets and was therefore chosen for the national competition.


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