Glendale Pharmacy changes ownership after 34 years, Raif Pharma acquires Wakefield pharmacy

Since 1990, Glendale Pharmacy in Wooler, Northumberland, has been under the ownership of Andrew Booth, who recently decided to sell it to pursue a
well-earned retirement.

According to Christie & Co, the community pharmacy has been acquired by Jagraj Randeva, who owns a small portfolio of pharmacies in Ashington and Newcastle
upon Tyne.

Jagraj was particularly drawn to this pharmacy because of its advantageous, unchallenged location and its strong historical performance.

Located near the Cheviot Hills and 17 miles south of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Glendale Pharmacy dispenses an average of 6,600 items per month.

Karl Clezy, Director – Pharmacy at Christie & Co, noted that Glendale Pharmacy has seen an improvement in its trading performance since the start of the
marketing process, increasing its prescription numbers and providing more additional/enhanced services.