The Indy Vision

A Little History

David BadhamFar from a fledgling enterprise, Indy is built on the solid foundations of years of experience from a professional, knowledgeable, dedicated and highly committed staff, and an experienced management team, honed through their years of experience running Stewart Pharmacy.

The Badham family, at the helm of this new venture, has been selling disability aids and products through its successful chain of 8 pharmacies originally established in Cheltenham over 60 years ago.

Their family business motto 'Your Health Matters' carries through every aspect of their business and now also into Indy. Testament to the Badham family's unfaltering commitment to the community, in 2006 Stewart Pharmacy was awarded National winner of the prestigious Unichem award for Pharmacy, 'For the Promotion of Healthcare services in the Community'.

With firmly established relationships with the Local Health Authority, Evesham Community Hospital, Social Services and the Community Drug Team, David Badham has consistently sought opportunities for further community involvement.

Indy's focus on innovation, independence and excellent service, will be supported by the family's ongoing concern for environmental issues, and traditional values, developing the provision of health care in Evesham to ever higher standards...to the benefit of all.

Indy is therefore both the fruit of many years labour and the solution to a very real need that the Badham family have identified in the wider community; to marry the requirement for good mobility products for people with disabilities, and to provide these with an excellent individual service.

The Future

Our intention is for a network of seven 'enabled living' centres around the UK where disabled people will be able to see, compare and try a wide range of aids to mobility and independent living. Plans are being put into place for centres as far apart as Exeter and Stoke on Trent, all sharing the same vision, all aiming to change the face of disabled living in the UK forever.

Plans announced for network of 'enabled living centres'

Details have been announced for a planned network of seven 'enabled living' centres around the UK where disabled people will be able to see, compare and try a wide range of aids to mobility and independent living.