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Flu Vaccinations are normally available between mid September and the end of January each year.

If you are eligible to have a flu vaccination, we recommend that you attend one of our open days.

Open days for 2019 are:





Saturday 21st September 2019

8 am to 12 noon

Tuesday 8th October 2019

8am to 11am & 2pm to 4:30pm

Please contact the practice to check eligibility.

Please contact the practice to check eligibility.

Unfortunately, we are unable to give flu vaccinations to anyone who is not eligible. If you are unsure, please call the surgery to find out.

If you are unable to attend on one of our open days, please ask the reception team about alternative vaccination sessions.

Patients are welcome to attend either of our open days.

Current stock levels are reported here during the flu season:




Fluenz Nasal Spray

age 2 to 18

Delivery expected mid October

Delivery expected mid October


age 18 to 64

Delivery expected by 13th September

Delivery expected by 13th September


Age over 65

Delivery expected by 20th September

Delivery expected by 20th September

Special Arrangements for children between the age of 2 years and under 18 years...

All children age 2 or 3 years as at 31st August 2019 are recommended to have the flu vaccination at their GP surgery.

Any child between the age of 2 year & under 18 years in an "at risk" group is recommended to have the flu vaccination.

These groups are offered a nasal spray instead of a traditional vaccination.


Please read on to see if you should have the flu vaccination...

Flu vaccination is available every year on the NHS to help protect adults and children at risk of flu and its complications.

Flu can be unpleasant, but if you are otherwise healthy it will usually clear up on its own within a week.

However, flu can be more severe in certain people, such as:

  • anyone aged 65 and over
  • pregnant women
  • children and adults with an underlying health condition (particularly long-term heart or respiratory disease)
  • children and adults with weakened immune systems

Anyone in these risk groups is more likely to develop potentially serious complications of flu, such as pneumonia (a lung infection), so it's recommended that they have a flu vaccine every year to protect them. 

The injected flu vaccine is offered free on the NHS annually to:

  • adults over the age of 18 at risk of flu (including everyone aged 65 and over)
  • pregnant women 
  • children aged six months to two years at risk of flu

65 and overs and the flu jab

You are eligible for the flu vaccine this year (2019-20) if you will be aged 65 and over on March 31 2020 – that is, you were born on or before March 31 1955. So, if you are currently 64 but will be 65 on March 31 2020, you do qualify.

Flu nasal spray vaccination -Children

The flu vaccine is routinely given on the NHS as an annual nasal spray to:

  • children aged two & three - delivered by your GP surgery
  • children in school years reception, one, two, three & four - delivered in school 
  • children aged two to under 18 years at a particular risk of flu - delivered by your GP surgery

Read more about the flu nasal spray for children.

Is there anyone who shouldn't have the flu jab?

Most adults can have the injected flu vaccine, but you should avoid it if you have had a serious allergic reaction to a flu jab in the past.

Read more about who shouldn't have the flu vaccine.

You can find out more by reading the answers to the most common questions that people have about the flu vaccine.

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