Stockport’s pop up COVID-19 vaccination clinic schedule released

The COVID-19 vaccination pop up clinic will be in Stockport for at least the next 8 weeks NHS Stockport Clinical Group (CCG) has announced

The clinic, supported by Stockport Council, will be moving across the borough offering first and second AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines to all adults.

This is a walk in service and no appointment is required. The schedule has been released so that people can make a note of the sessions and choose a time and date convenient to them.

This week the team will be at Sanderling House Car Park, Bird Hall Lane, Cheadle Heath, SK3 0RF on Thursday, 1 July, from 10am-4pm, and Friday, 2 July, from 9am-4pm.

Those who are waiting for their second vaccination are invited to come along eight weeks after the first dose in line with NHS guidance.

View the full timetable. Please note that the information is subject to change.
You can also visit the CCG website, or follow social media channels for regular updates @nhsstockportccg or @StockportMBC on Facebook and Twitter.

Vaccination Pop-Ups Schedule

In addition, locally there are a number of walk ins and bookable appointments at community pharmacies in Stockport.

Across the region, there are other sites such as the Etihad Campus, where appointments must be booked online via the National Booking Service or by calling 119 for free, 7 days a week, between 7am and 11pm.

Anita Rolfe, Executive Nurse, Stockport CCG, said: “This is great news for Stockport because the pop up clinics are a quick and simple way to get vaccinated. This schedule means that people can plan ahead and get their first or second vaccine at a location convenient to them.”

Councillor Jude Wells, Cabinet Member for Adult Care and Health, Stockport Council, added: “I’m delighted that the pop up vaccination clinics in Stockport are continuing and I encourage people to make sure they go along. Only by getting vaccinated and following the hands, face, space advice, will we be able to get back to a more normal life.”