Thank you for the advice.
So I did explain to the pharmacist that I should not just stop taking my medication but it was a Saturday and very busy. I could tell I was just an annoyance. The advice given was to call the NHS 111.
When I called NHS 111 I spoke to a very helpful young chap who explain he would raise an emergency request to the other pharmacy in my local town. This was all good and I felt quite positive that there was at least a system in place to help. However when I called the Pharmacy I was initial told to call back as there was no one to deal with my request. When I did call back I explained the situation to the pharmacist and was asked what the medication was called. I was then very abruptly told NO we don’t have that and hung up.
I called NHS 111 again by this time it was late on Saturday night. Unfortunately the adviser was not as helpful as the one I first spoke to and basically said that they would just pick the next closest pharmacy (without knowing if they had stock). I highlighted that we could go round this merry-go-round a number of times and still not find a pharmacy that would hold the medication. I suggested the hospital would probably have the medication, but was told they wouldn’t be able to do that.
I am now day 1 without any Parkinson’s Medication and a bit on edge waiting to fail off the cliff. I suppose if I have an accident due to my lack of medication at least I will end up in the hospital were I might finally get my medication.