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For advice on minor childhood illnesses see our page 'Use Your Pharmacy' or click on the link When Should I Worry? 


Shingles - see home page for eligibility


Call 111 when it's less urgent than 999 

You can use the NHS 111 service if you urgently need medical help or advice but it's not a life-threatening situation


Appointment cancellations: please use the link on Appointments Screen 'Cancel your Appointment online' .  If you send a message via the comments box we may not receive it in time


A doctor's appointment is not usually required for sick notes, repeat medication requests, insurance forms.  If in doubt please contact the doctor's secretary before booking an appointment


For full details of future practice training dates when we are closed please search 'Training' 

Use Your Pharmacy

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Over-the-Counter medicines

Medicines which may no longer be prescribed by your GP - click this link for more information

Treating common conditions




Every year, millions of us visit our GP with minor health problems that our local pharmacist could resolve. 

It is estimated that every year, 50 million visits to the GP are made for minor ailments such as coughs and colds, mild eczema, and athlete's foot.  By visiting your pharmacy instead, you could save yourself time and trouble.

Instead of booking and waiting for a GP appointment, you can visit your local pharmacist any time: just walk in.

All pharmacists can recognise many common health complaints. They can give advice or, where appropriate, medicines that will help to clear up the problem. If your problem is more serious and needs the attention of a GP, your pharmacist will recognise this and advise you to see your GP.

What’s more, some pharmacies are open in the evenings and on the weekends.

If everybody went to a pharmacist with common health problems, more time would be freed for our GPs. This might make it easier to get a convenient appointment with your GP next time you need one.

So if you have a common health problem, a trip to your pharmacy is an option.

Your pharmacist may be able to help with:

Some pharmacies can provide truss fittings, stoma products and incontinence supplies.

Having an ill child can be a very scary experience for parents. If you understand more about the illness it can help you to feel more in control. This booklet is for parents (and older children) and deals with common infections in children who are normally healthy. It is not meant for children who have ongoing health problems such as asthma, heart, or kidney problems.

You should not rely on the advice in this leaflet for children who are less than 6 months old.

Babies younger than this can respond differently to infections

When should I worry?



Local Pharmacy Opening Hours


Brook Street
Ilkley LS29 8AG
01943 608476

Opening hours

Mon-Sat   08.30-17.30

Sun         11.00-16.00

Website: Boots Ilkley

Rowlands Pharmacy

Addingham Medical Centre

Addingham LS29 0LZ

01943 831462

Website: Rowlands Pharmacy

Opening hours

Mon-Fri   08.30-18.30 (closed 12.30-13.30)

Cohens Chemist

123 Main Street

Burley In Wharfedale

Ilkley LS29 7JN
01943 863158

Opening hours

Mon-Fri   09.00-18.00  (closed 13.00-14.00)

Sat         09.00-12.00

Ilkley Moor Pharmacy

10 Cowpasture Rd
Ilkley LS29 8SR
01943 604206

Late Opening

Mon-Sat    08.00-23.00

Sun           09.00-19.00

Website: Ilkley Moor Pharmacy 

Lloyds Pharmacy

Springs Lane
Ilkley LS29 8TH
01943 607227

Opening hours

Mon-Wed  08.00-19.30

Thu-Fri      08.00-18.30

Sat           09.00-17.00

Website: Lloyds Pharmacy

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