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Which pharmacies in Suffolk and Essex will be open on New Year’s Day?

Several pharmacies across Suffolk and Essex will be open on New Year's Day. Picture: ARCHANT

Several pharmacies across Suffolk and Essex will be open on New Year's Day. Picture: ARCHANT

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Getting the right help when you are ill is vital – especially at this time of year when surgeries are closed and A&E departments are under extra pressure.

If you fall ill over New Year, there are pharmacists on duty around Suffolk and Essex who could help you manage your illness and potentially save a trip to hospital.

Here are details of those chemists open on New Year’s Day (Monday, January 1):

Aldeburgh: Aldeburgh Pharmacy, 125 High Street, 10am-3pm

Beccles: Boots Pharmacy, 5 New Market, 10am-4pm

Brightlingsea: Boots, 52 Victoria Place, 10am-2pm

Bury St Edmunds: Asda, Western Way, 9am-6pm. Boots, 11-13 Cornhill, 10.30am-4.30pm. Boots, Western Way, 10am-6pm. Lloyds, Sainsbury’s, Bedingfeld Way, 9am-5pm. Tesco, St Saviour’s Interchange, 9am-6pm.

Chelmsford: Boots, 43 High Chelmer, 10.30am-4.30pm. Boots, Meadows Shopping Centre, 10.30am-4.30pm. Lloyds, Sainsbury’s, White Hart Lane, 10am-4pm.

Clacton on Sea: Boots, 54-62 Pier Avenue, 10am-3pm. Prescriptions 2 You, 89-91 Pier Avenue, 10am-4pm.

Colchester: Asda, Petrolea Close, 10am-6pm. Boots, 5-6 Lion Walk, 10.30am-4.30pm. Boots, Fiveways, Peartree Road, 10am-2pm.

Dovercourt: Boots, 224-226 High Street, 10am-4pm

Felixstowe: Boots Pharmacy, 86 Hamilton Road, 10am-4pm. Morrisons, Grange Farm Avenue, 10am-4pm.

Frinton: Boots, Connaught Avenue, 10am-4pm

Hadleigh: Mill Pharmacy, Hadleigh Health Centre, Market Place, 10am-noon

Halstead: Boots, 69-71 High Street, 10am-4pm

Haverhill: Lloyds Pharmacy, Sainsbury’s, Haycocks Road, 10am-4pm. Boots Pharmacy, 15 High Street, 10am-4pm.

Ipswich: Asda, Goddard Road, 10am-6pm. Boots, 5 Tavern Street, 10am-4pm. Boots, Buttermarket Shopping Centre, 10.30am-4.30pm. Morrison’s, Sproughton Road, 10am-4pm. Lloyds, Sainsbury’s Warren Heath, Felixstowe Road, 9am-7pm. Lloyds, Sainsburys, Hadleigh Road, 10am-4pm.

Lowestoft: Asda Pharmacy, Horn Hill, 10am-6pm. Boots, 76a London Road North, 10am-4pm. Hayden Pharmacy, High Street, noon-2pm. Newmarket: Boots, 82 High Street, 10am-4pm

Manningtree: Boots, Station Road, 10am-2pm

Stanway, nr Colchester: Sainsbury’s Pharmacy, 1 Western Approach, 10am-4pm

Stowmarket: Asda, 8-9 Wilkes Way, 10am-6pm. Boots, 21 Ipswich Street, 10am-4pm.

Sudbury: Boots, 13-14 Market Hill, 10am-4pm. Lloyds, 66 Cornard Road, 9am-6pm.

Woodbridge: Boots, 58 Thoroughfare, 10am-4pm.

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