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Pharmacist sells pharmacy in Worcester after 30 years

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Pharmacist sells pharmacy in Worcester after 30 years

This story was originally published by Independent Community Pharmacist.

A pharmacist who owned a community pharmacy in the West Midlands for over 30 years has sold the business.

D L Ogle Pharmacy in Worcester, which dispenses an average of 12,000 items a month according to Christie & Co who brokered the deal, was sold for an undisclosed price to brothers Ali and Mohammed Talib, Tapiwa Masamha and Chikondi Mlia who own Gohil’s Pharmacy and Whistlers Pharmacy in Lincolnshire.

D L Ogle Pharmacy had been owned by David Ogle and his family for more than three decades but Christie & Co said they decided to sell to “pursue different business interests.”

The sale was confidentially marketed but, within just a few days, interest was achieved from multiple parties, and we were able to present our client with an acceptable offer - this was a truly remarkable achievement but one that the long-standing business deserved,” said Christie & Co director Carl Steer.

“The buyers own two sizeable pharmacies in the East Midlands and now add this well-performing profitable pharmacy to their portfolio. It was a pleasure to deal with everyone on the deal.”

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