About us

We are the statutory committee representing people who provide community pharmacy services in Bury, Glossop, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford and Wigan.

Our vision: To enable Community Pharmacy to improve health now and in the future

Our values: Innovative, Collaborative, Integrity, Excellent, Supportive

Greater Manchester LPC was established on 1st October 2016 following a vote by pharmacists across the region. They decided to combine forces as one LPC, rather than having separate LPCs for Ashton Leigh and Wigan, Bury and Rochdale, Manchester, Oldham Tameside & Glossop, Salford & Trafford, and Stockport. It also replaced Community Pharmacy Greater Manchester, a federated body that didn’t have an LPC’s legal status and ability to represent its members in formal negotiations.

The 11 members of our committee comprise:
• 5 independent contractor representatives, elected by their peers
• 1 AIMp representatives (Association of Independent Multiple Pharmacies)
• 5 CCA representatives (Company Chemists Association)

We represent the full spectrum of community pharmacists, from independent contractors to those practising as part of large national chains. The NHS has a legal duty to consult us on matters affecting pharmacy services.


Our constitution can be downloaded here: Greater-Manchester-LPC-Constitution-with-effect-from-26th June 2020


Election Deferral Voting Update 

GMLPC  recently sent out voting forms in relation to deferring the election for a period of 6 months.
99% of contractors voted in favour of this proposal.

GMLPC elections will now take place early next year with the new committee in post by the 1st April 2021.

If you are interested in becoming an LPC committee member you can find more information here.


Strategy 2017-19

Download our strategy for 2017-19

Privacy notice

Our privacy notice explains why and how we may use/process personal data in relation to our work.


King’s Fund Resource for Community Pharmacy Contractors

King’s Fund have published a resource which helps explain the community pharmacy sector in England,  how pharmacies are contracted and funded, the types of services they provide and future trends in the sector.

Click here to view the resource