COVID-19 UPDATE

At GW Pharmaceuticals, we remain committed to ensuring our patients, healthcare partners and employees are supported during these challenging times. We are actively monitoring our supply chain and taking steps to help ensure continued supply of our products to patients. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and take steps to ensure that access and assistance for patients and healthcare partners remain consistent. If you wish to discuss more specific details please contact GW Pharmaceuticals via phone on +44 (0) 1223 238170 or via email at medinfo@gwpharm.com.

If you are reporting an Adverse Event and / or a Product Complaint, and you receive a network busy signal (i.e. if all lines are busy or engaged) please continue to try your call throughout the day or, preferably report via the above email address.

Lord William Waldegrave

Non-Executive Director

Lord Waldegrave served as a Conservative Member of the British Parliament from 1979 to 1997 including sixteen years as a Government Minister, of which seven years were as a Cabinet Minister (Minister of Agriculture, Chief Secretary of the Treasury, Secretary of State for Health, and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster with responsibility for the Civil Service Reform and Science). Educated at Oxford University and Harvard (a Kennedy Scholar), before entering Parliament he worked in the Cabinet Office in Whitehall; as Political Secretary to Prime Minister Edward Heath; and for GEC Ltd.

Lord Waldegrave is currently Provost of Eton College, Chancellor of Reading University and a Distinguished Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford and an Honorary Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford. From 1998-2008 he worked at Deutsche Kleinwort Benson and UBS. From 1998–2015, he served as Chairman of Biotechnology Growth Trust plc. Lord Waldegrave was appointed Chairman of Coutts in January 2014 and is Chairman of the Royal Mint Advisory Committee, former Chairman of the Rhodes Trust, a Founder Trustee of the Mandela Rhodes Foundation (South Africa), and a former Chairman of the National Museum of Science and Industry.