Flu vaccination

We are now offering flu vaccinations at the surgery.

Who can have the vaccine?

We'll usually send you a text message if you need to have the vaccination.

You can get the vaccine for free if you're:

  • 65 or over
  • from 18 to 64, with an underlying health condition
  • pregnant
  • a carer
  • working in the health and social care sector
  • living with someone who is more likely to get infections

There is also a free children's flu vaccine which is offered to children who are:

  • aged 2 to 3 years old
  • school aged (from Reception to Year 11)
  • at risk because they have long-term health conditions

If you think you, or your child, need the vaccine but are not in one of these groups, please contact us. We may still be able to give you the vaccine.

How to book

To book your vaccine, you can:

  • call the surgery
  • ask in-person at reception

See our contact details.

Appointment times

We offer flu vaccination appointments on:

Patients who prefer an allocated time slot will be invited via text link to book directly into clinics. Housebound patients will be contacted directly by the practice to book in our home visit clinics.

Walk in vaccination clinics

We offer walk-in appointments to eligible patients every Monda y- Wednesday between 8am and 12pm.

Find out more on the NHS website

To read more about the vaccine, including who it’s for and why it’s important, see NHS advice about the flu vaccine.