Boots is located at 68 The Village, Haxby, York YO32 2HX, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Boots and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Amy Johnson

5 Google Rating

Very efficient when I got my flu jab here

5/ 5

Very efficient when I got my flu jab here

bryan thompson

4 Google Rating

Convenient location in village and very helpful staff

4/ 5

Convenient location in village and very helpful staff

Gill Shaw

5 Google Rating

Very friendly & the pharmacist invited me to a review about my medication

5/ 5

Very friendly & the pharmacist invited me to a review about my medication

John Bird

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

David Lightfoot

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Ian Fairhurst

4 Google Rating

Good place has to basics but is a small store so does not have everything

4/ 5

Good place has to basics but is a small store so does not have everything

Anthony Haigh

1 Google Rating

I didn't realise that a chemist was a health care setting,what load of rubbish,masks are voluntary a

1/ 5

I didn't realise that a chemist was a health care setting,what load of rubbish,masks are voluntary apart from hospitals,even at my doctors I didn't wear a mask,I think looking self important is the thing here,also I have looked this up and chemists are classed as retailers not health care,

John Lindley

4 Google Rating

Fine - slightly narrow in product range but typical for its size.

4/ 5

Fine - slightly narrow in product range but typical for its size.

Armpit Pete

4 Google Rating

Really helpful pharmacist

4/ 5

Really helpful pharmacist

Douglas LEE

5 Google Rating

The staff are very friendly and most helpful. They go the extra mile to help you. Its Covid secure,

5/ 5

The staff are very friendly and most helpful. They go the extra mile to help you. Its Covid secure, so no issues.

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