Vaccination Updates & Clinics

MenACWY Vaccination

Teenagers and "fresher" students going to university for the first time are advised to have a vaccination to prevent meningitis and septicaemia. The MenACWY vaccine is given by a single injection into the upper arm and protects against four different strains of the meningococcal bacteria that cause meningitis and blood poisoning (septicaemia): A, C, W and Y.

The MenACWY vaccine provides important protection, and all teenagers born between September 1 1998 and August 31 1999 are advised to arrange vaccination with the practice. In addition, anyone born on or after September 1 1996 who missed their routine school vaccination in school years 9 and 10 or the catch-up MenACWY vaccination can get the vaccine from their GP up to their 25th birthday. 

Students going to university or college for the first time, including overseas and mature students, who have not yet had the MenACWY vaccine remain eligible up to their 25th birthday.

Influenza Vaccination


We are now offering flu clinics on a Tuesday from 08:00 - 17:30. We can only offer Tuesday at the moment due to having to keep strict social distancing rules for both patients and staff. It is requested that anyone attending the surgery MUST wear a face mask. You will be asked to sanitize your hands and will have your temperature taken before hand. If your temperature is high and is above 37.8, you will be asked to leave the building immediately and be given information on what to do.  Please contact the surgery to book for slot 

If you fit in the any of the below criteria then you are entitled to a flu vaccine.

  • Over 65
  • Under 65 in an 'At Risk' Group
  • Health and Social Workers (ID must be provided)
  • Pregnant
  • Carer
  • Children 2, 3 years (Nasal Spray)
  • Children 10 - 17yrs 'At Risk' (Nasal Spray)

Children from 4yr - 10yrs will be done at school - if you miss the school date unfortunately we cant do the vaccine, you will need to contact the school



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