Walk-in COVID vaccinations are now available at Stoke Mandeville Stadium every day throughout the rest of July.
Now, anyone who wants to grab a jab can simply turn up at the Guttman Centre site within the stadium, with no need to book first.
The centre, run by Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, can vaccinate up to 600 people a day. It is welcoming anyone aged 18 and over who needs a Pfizer first or second dose – please ensure you leave at least eight weeks between doses.
Recent changes to the process give Parish Councils slightly more say than previously. Parish Councils can now request that a planning request is reviewed by one of the Bucks Council Planning Committees, rather than it being handled by a Planning Officer. The latter is the case for the majority of cases – which are either straightforward & approved or fail for fairly obvious reasons. Details in the link below.
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Every Friday at 6pm for the local community Hughenden Valley pharmacy is offering a walk-in vaccination service for ages 18 years and above for Pfizer vaccination. This is so vaccination doses for patients that did not turn up do not go to waste.
Frequently asked questions:
1) can I come before 6pm? No only from 6pm
2) will I definitely get a vaccination if I turn up? Sorry first come first serve and only if there is some spare.
3) Can I call the surgery or pharmacy to see if there is any spare? Please do not do this they will not know and you will be blocking a telephone line.
People aged 18-39 urged to book their Pfizer COVID jab at Stoke Mandeville clinics this weekend.
People aged 18-39 who have not yet had their COVID-19 vaccine can book an appointment for their first Pfizer jab at a series of clinics in Stoke Mandeville this weekend.
Please note – these will not be drop-in clinics, but should be booked via the National Booking System.
Clinics will be running throughout the day on Friday, 25, Saturday, 26, and Sunday, 27 June, at Stoke Mandeville Stadium (also known as The Guttman Centre). These are only available for people aged 18-39 who have not had their first jab yet.
Thames Water are currently carrying out drainage works up in Warrendene Road for a serious amount of work. We understand that the sewage inspection pits in the road are being re-rendered around the tops and the lids will then be sealed.
The purpose of this is to prevent the entry of surface water into the sewage system, which contributes significantly to the overloading of the system in Hughenden Valley.
We understand this work will be carried out over several weeks and go right down Valley Road as well as Warrendene. There may be disruption to road users as parts of the sewage system in upper Valley Road run along the centre of the road.