The Vaccinators

Vaccines are the most effective way to prevent many infectious diseases.  They prevent millions of deaths worldwide every year. 

Vaccination protects the people in your family and community – by helping to stop diseases spreading to people who cannot have vaccines, such as babies too young to be vaccinated and those who are too ill to be vaccinated. 

Getting vaccinated is the most important thing we can do to protect ourselves and our children against ill health.

Find walk-in clinics

See the current walk-in sessions available in your area. No need to book - just turn up!  These clinics offer several different vaccines such as COVID-19, seasonal flu, MMR and more.

Book Flu Vaccine

Contact your GP practice if you think you're eligble for a free vaccine.  You can also book your flu vaccine online at a pharmacy.

Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) and meningitis vaccine

If you or your child has not had their measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) or meningitis vaccines, walk-in clinics are available.  Find out more on measles.

Vaccines in pregnancy

During your pregnancy, you can receive several vaccines such as seasonal flu, COVID-19, and whooping cough, which will help to protect you and your baby.

Vaccines for immunosuppressed

If you have a weakened immune system or you are on medication or treatment that suppresses your immune system you can have free COVID-19 and flu vaccines, along with the people you live with. 

Children's vaccines

MMR, COVID-19, flu and other routine immunisations are available for children throughout the year.

Flu vaccine

It is important to get your flu vaccination if you're at higher risk of getting seriously ill or likely to pass flu to other people at risk. Find the latest eligibility critera and further information here.

COVID-19 vaccine

It is important to get your COVID-19 vaccinations if you're at higher risk of getting seriously ill. Find the latest eligibility critera, vaccination updates and further information here.

Other NHS vaccines

The NHS Vaccination Programme outlines which vaccines are offered in the UK and when to have them.

Translated materials

Find a series of translated resources related to getting vaccinated in the UK.