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Other Local Services

The Swaffham Food Bank

  • The Baptist Church Station Street is the location of the Swaffham Food Bank which can be contacted on 01760 724595 / John Marshall 07449 347945
  • Opening times Monday mornings 10am to 12.30pm. (closed Easter Monday)

Pharmacies

Boots Chemist

  • 37 Market Place Swaffham PE37 7LA - 01760 721208
  • OPEN FOR PRESCRIPTIONS AND ESSENTIALS ITEMS ONLY AT THIS TIME
  • Temporary Opening Times:
  • Opening:10am-1pm and 2pm-4pm Monday- Saturday.
  • Closed daily between 1pm - 2pm. to allow for staff breaks and the cleaning of our counter areas and key contact points.

Well Pharmacy

  • 38 Market Place Swaffham PE37 7QH - 01760 721216
  • OPEN FOR PRESCRIPTIONS AND ESSENTIALS ITEMS ONLY AT THIS TIME
  • Temporary Opening Times:
  • Opening: 9.30am-12.30pm and 2pm-6pm Monday- Saturday.
  • Closed daily between 12.30pm - 2pm. Until further notice.
  • This is to allow for staff breaks and the cleaning of our counter areas and key contact points.

Banks & Building Societies

​TSB Bank

  • 61 Market Place Swaffham Norfolk PE37 7AP
  • Telephone: 01760 451 000
  • Now open Monday – Friday 10am – 12.30pm & 1.30pm – 4.00pm only for essential services.

Nationwide Building Society

  • 5a Market Place Swaffham PE37 7AB
  • Telephone: 0800 5541405
  • Now open Monday – Friday 10am – 2pm only for essential services.

Yorkshire Building Society

  • Market Place Swaffham Norfolk PE37 7AB
  • Telephone 01760 721276 Email SWAFFHAM@ybs.co.uk
  • Now open Monday – Friday 9.30am – 2.30pm only for essential services.

​Post Office - McColls

  • 49-51 Market Place, Swaffham, Norfolk PE37 7LE
  • The Post Office counter is open inside McColls.
  • To send a letter or parcel without access to stamps, you can do so online with the Royal Mail Click and Drop service -  https://parcel.royalmail.com/?cid=CD1214_PRL_PR_01

 

How to stay safe from fraud

  • Remember, your money is safe in your account.
  • People are using the coronavirus outbreak as an opportunity to try new scams by email, call and text. They’re even using online marketplaces to sell goods like face masks and hand sanitisers that don’t exist.
  • If you get an email with a PDF or a link that offers advice or a cure for the virus, it’s likely to be a scam.
  • What you should do:
    • Don’t open emails if you don’t know who sent them.
    • Even if you know the sender, don’t reply if an email looks odd with spelling mistakes and a messy layout.
    • Don’t click on any links or attachments unless you know they’re safe.
  • Before you buy anything online it’s best to do some research and check reviews to make sure a seller is genuine.
  • Pay by card when you shop online - that way you protect your cash.