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COVID vaccinations will be delivered to us at some point to enable us to administer both vaccines at one appointment, however we do not have a date for this.

We will invite patients eligible for only flu in the first instance.

If you would like your flu vaccine this year but not your COVID vaccine please contact reception to book. Appointment availability will initially be limited as sessions will be protected until the week before, in case we get a notification of a last-minute COVID vaccine delivery.

If you would like to explore receiving your COVID vaccine sooner elsewhere, please go to:




Care home and Housebound patients are being contacted pro-actively to arrange home visits - these patients are being prioritised.

Healthy 50-64 year-olds are no longer an eligible cohort for either flu or COVID vaccinations this year. You can have the flu vaccine done at a nominal fee in most community pharmacies.

Invitations are being sent gradually to the most vulnerable cohorts (via SMS if a mobile phone number is recorded). Please be patient and contact us if you do not hear by the end of September.



Please read the FAQs for the children's influenza vaccination: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vaccinations/child-flu-vaccine/  

GP surgeries offer the nasal vaccine to children born between 01/09/2019 and 31/08/2021.

Children born before 01/09/2019 will be vaccinated at school. We can offer the vaccination to the children who are of school age but have a condition that puts them at risk of flu.

Children who miss their flu vaccine at school need to be re-booked by parents by calling the 0-19 Hub on 03001111022 option 4. We are not able to vaccinate healthy children of school age.

If you are concerned about the content of porcine gelatine in the vaccine, please let a receptionist know and we can administer the alternative injectable vaccine.

Children born after 31/08/2021 are not eligible unless they have a condition that puts them at risk of complications from flu. This age cohort will receive the injectable flu vaccine.

Please read the questions below and if you answer "yes" to any, do let us know when booking as it may deem your child unsuitable for the live vaccine. All these questions will be asked during your appointment.

  • Does your child have an anaphylactic reaction to eggs that require admission to hospital intensive care?
  • Is your child receiving salicylate therapy? (i.e. aspirin)
  • Is anyone in your household currently having treatment that severely affects their immune system (e.g they are receiving chemotherapy, taking oral steroids, have had solid organ transplant)
  • Is your child currently taking any oral steroid medication?

 You can read more about the flu vaccine on the NHS website:


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