The Vaccinators

Walk-In Clinics

Any person eligible for a vaccination can also search for a walk-in clinic near to their location by using the  national NHS vaccination finder tool.

COVID-19 vaccine

The COVID-19 vaccine National Booking System is now closed. Please scroll down for available walk-in locations.

Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) and meningitis vaccine catch-up clinics

If you or your child has not had their measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) or meningitis vaccines, walk-in clinics are available. Please scroll down for more information. Find out more about measles on our dedicated measles page.

Book your flu vaccine

You can book your flu vaccine online at a pharmacy, or contact your GP practice if you think you're eligible for a free vaccine.

If you come under one of the eligibility groups please use the boxes below to navigate to why it's important to get your vaccines. Or scroll down for walk-ins and FAQs

Pregnancy

You can have both your flu and COVID-19 vaccines during pregnancy. Find out more about vaccinations during pregnancy.

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. 

Learning disability

COVID-19 and flu can both make you feel very poorly. You can have a COVID-19 vaccine and a flu jab which will help your body fight them. Find out more information.

 

Information on vaccination walk-in clinics

The current walk-in sessions available are listed below, no need to book! Just turn up

Walk-in vaccination clinic dates 2024

Date

Location

Ages

Clinic Type

Accessibility

2 March
9am - 3pm

The Grafton Centre, Grafton Street, Cambridge, CB1 1PS

MMR: 1+

HPV: 12-24

Meningitis: 13-24

DTP: 14 +

Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), HPV and meningitis vaccine, Diptheria, Tetanus and Polio (5th dose)

 

9 March
9am - 3pm

Orton Child and Family Centre, 74 Herlington, Peterborough PE2 5PW

MMR: 1+

HPV: 12-24

Meningitis: 13-24

DTP: 14 +

Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), HPV and meningitis vaccine, Diptheria, Tetanus and Polio (5th dose)

 

12 March

3pm - 6pm

Melbourn Child and Family Zone, Mortlock St, Melbourn, Royston, SG8 6DB

MMR: 1+

HPV: 12-24

Meningitis: 13-24

DTP: 14+

Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), HPV and meningitis vaccine, Diptheria, Tetanus and Polio (5th dose)

 

16 March
Appointments only
To book, contact hct.csaiscambspb@nhs.net

Priory Centre, Priory Lane, St Neots, PE19 2BH

MMR: 1+

HPV: 12-24

Meningitis: 13-24

DTP: 14 +

Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), HPV and meningitis vaccine, Diptheria, Tetanus and Polio (5th dose)

 

18 March
9am - 3pm

Anglia Ruskin University (Ground Floor, Coslett Building), East Road, Cambridge, CB1 1PT

MMR: 1+

Meningitis: All ages

HPV - Aged under 20

Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), HPV and meningitis vaccine

 

How do I book my child’s winter vaccinations?

How do I book my child’s COVID-19 vaccinations?

  • If your child is aged 2-3 years or aged 6 months –17 years and in a clinical at risk group, we encourage you to book as soon as possible to ensure they’re protected ahead of winter and to help prevent the spread of the virus.

When can I book my child’s flu vaccinations?

  • If your child is aged two or three years old, or if they are aged six months to two years with certain health conditions, you can book a flu vaccination appointment at their GP practice.
  • If your child is of school age, you do not need to book at their GP practice. They will be vaccinated in schools or community clinics through the school aged immunisation service. You will recieve a consent form from your child's school which you need to fill in and return to ensure they get their flu vaccination at school.

Who can have a COVID-19 vaccination?

You may be eligible if you are:

  • aged 75 years and over
  • aged 6 months to 74 years and at increased risk due to a health condition or medical treatment
  • a resident in a care home for older adults.

If you have never been vaccinated before, or if you only had one dose, you can still get your seasonal vaccination. You only need one COVID-19 vaccination during the seasonal period (if you are aged 5 or over). It must be at least 3 months (91 days) since your last COVID-19 vaccination.

Who else can get a COVID-19 vaccine?

  • Children aged 6 months to 4 years old who are at increased risk can get a first and second dose, followed by a seasonal dose 91 days later.
  • If you have had a stem cell transplant or CAR-T therapy, your specialist may advise you that you need re-vaccination against COVID-19. Speak to your specialist or GP for advice.

Can I get a COVID-19 vaccine for travel or other purposes?

If you are not in an eligible group, it is not currently possible to access COVID-19 vaccination on the NHS or privately in England. The NHS website has more information about who is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination. 

Who can get a seasonal flu vaccination?

The flu vaccine is offered to people most at risk of getting seriously ill from flu or who are most likely to pass flu to other people at risk. The following people are eligible for the free flu vaccine this season:

  • aged 2 and 3 years on 31 August 2023
  • eligible school aged children (Reception to Year 11)
  • those aged 6 months to under 65 years in clinical risk groups
  • people that are pregnant
  • all those aged 65 years and over (by 31 March 2024)
  • those in long-stay residential care homes
  • carers, those in receipt of carer’s allowance or main carer of an older or disabled person
  • those that live with someone who is more likely to get infections (such as someone living with HIV, has had a transplant or is having certain treatments for cancer, lupus or rheumatoid arthritis)
  • frontline workers in a social care setting that do not have access to occupational health

The NHS website has more information about who is eligible for a flu vaccination. Please wait to be invited by your GP.

If you do not fit into the NHS eligibility criteria then you can book a flu jab privately through many local pharmacies.

Why do I need another vaccine?

Seasonal vaccines are offered because protection fades over time, and viruses change. The vaccines help give you good protection from becoming seriously ill or needing to go to hospital if you catch COVID-19 or flu.

How can I get my seasonal COVID-19 or flu vaccination?

How can I get my seasonal COVID-19 vaccination?

  • Find a walk-in COVID-19 vaccination by clicking on the tab above

How can I get my seasonal flu vaccination?

To get your adult flu vaccination, you can contact your GP practice or find your nearest pharmacy (18+ only) offering the vaccine at www.nhs.uk/flu-pharmacy. In some areas, midwives can give the flu vaccine at the antenatal clinic. From October, some pharmacies are offering appointments online or via the NHS App.

To arrange your child’s flu vaccination:

  • If your child is aged 2 or 3 years old or if they are aged 6 months to 2 years with certain health conditions, you can book a flu vaccination appointment at their GP practice.
  • If your child is of school age, you do not need to book. They will be vaccinated in schools or community clinics through the school aged immunisation service.

Who should I contact if need a home visit for a vaccination?

If your specialist or GP practice has been unable to organise your vaccination for you, please contact us using the contact details below

Email: cpicb.pet@nhs.net 

Contact number: 03300 571030

Treatments for COVID-19 for people at highest risk of becoming seriously ill

The NHS offers treatment to people with COVID-19 who are at the highest risk of becoming seriously ill. Further information for those eligible can be found online at Treatments for COVID-19 - NHS (www.nhs.uk).

For local information see the Coronavirus (COVID 19) – Latest advice page. 

I’m eligible for free Lateral Flow Tests (LFT) – how do I access these?

If you’re eligible for free rapid lateral flow tests, you can now collect them from a participating local pharmacy. This is replacing the online and telephone ordering services for free rapid lateral flow tests provided by GOV.UK and NHS 119. The pharmacy will ask you about your medical history to confirm you’re eligible for free tests.

 

The NHS offers treatment for people with COVID-19 who are at highest risk of becoming seriously ill. Further information is available on the Coronavirus (COVID 19) – Latest advice page.