COVID-19 vaccination programme

COVID-19 vaccination

Book your COVID vaccination on the NHS website: your COVID-19 vaccination appointment or call free on 119.

Find out the latest news on local sites and opening times here: Buckinghamshire vaccination clinic updates.

View recent and upcoming COVID information on the Government website here.

Boosters: All eligible people are encouraged to be vaccinated as soon as they are invited. Visit nhs.uk/covid-booster to book.

Children age 5-11: All children age 5 to 11 can be vaccinated at local child friendly clinics. Visit BOB ICB: Buckinghamshire vaccination clinics. A local vaccination helpline is available to help you book: 07826 922104 – lines are open daily, including weekends.

Please be assured, you will be welcomed at any vaccination site whenever you come forward for your vaccine. It is never too late and the evergreen offer remains open.

You can view vaccination data from Bucks and across our health region (Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West - BOB) on the NHS England webpage here.

Vaccination sites in Buckinghamshire

There are a number of different ways you can be vaccinated:

  1. Mass Vaccination Site - In Bucks this is The Guttmann Centre, Aylesbury, HP21 9PP and is bookable through the National Booking System or by calling 119. (Immunosuppressed patients will need to bring a letter from their GP or consultant)
  2. Local Vaccination Sites - These may be run by one of our local NHS Hospital Trusts who also organise outreach vaccination for the housebound. Visit National Booking System or call 119.
  3. Community Pharmacies - Most are now bookable through the National Booking System or by calling 119.
  4. Your GP - Your GP may be in touch by text, letter or phone to organise your vaccination at a local surgery.
  5. Hospital Hub for specific groups - You may be invited to attend these and some are bookable through the National Booking System or by calling 119. (Immunosuppressed patients will need to bring a letter from their GP or consultant)

If you need to change or cancel your appointment for any reason please do this via the National Booking System or by calling 119.

Interested in volunteering?

If you or anyone you know wants to volunteer to help with the vaccine programme please visit the NHS webpage here. There are paid roles and volunteering opportunities.

Local volunteer matching

The Buckinghamshire Volunteer Matching Service, which is run by Community Impact Bucks in partnership with Buckinghamshire Council, matches registered volunteers to roles where they are most needed in the county.

New volunteer positions are regularly requested by organisations needing help help – from short term, ad hoc opportunities as well as longer term roles. You can register as a volunteer easily via the Volunteer Matching Service registration form.

Please note that you may not be needed straight away as it will depend on the suitability of the roles and level of local need.

Information on volunteering during COVID-19 can be found on Community Impact Bucks’ webpage Volunteering during the pandemic.

Useful websites and contacts

For more information, visit:

For other enquiries (vaccination information only, and not other individual or personal health enquiries) contact: [email protected]