Immunisation Catch Up Clinics

Our immunisation team is offering ‘catch up’ clinics for children who missed their school-based vaccinations due to lockdown, or were absent from school at the time of their immunisations.

We will be running drive-through appointments at Edward Jenner Court in Brockworth, Gloucester, throughout the summer, as well as clinics at community venues across Gloucestershire, to catch up with as many of the 7,000 vaccinations missed this school year as possible.

The service will focus on providing ‘catch ups’ for Year 9 pupils, as well as vaccinations for Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) for Year 8 boys and girls and Year 9 girls only.

Parents and guardians who are unsure as to whether or not their children are up-to-date with their HPV, DTP (diphtheria, tetanus and polio) and MenACWY (Meningococcal) vaccinations are encouraged to get in touch with our immunisation team by calling 0300 421 8140.

August 2020

All clinics run between 9.30am and 2.30pm.

Drive-through clinics

There will be drive-through appointments available at Edward Jenner Court, Brockworth (GL3 4AW) on these days:

  • Monday 3 August
  • Tuesday 4 August
  • Wednesday 5 August
  • Tuesday 11 August
  • Wednesday 12 August
  • Thursday 13 August
  • Tuesday 18 August
  • Monday 24 August
  • Tuesday 25 August
  • Wednesday 26 August
Community Clinics

There will be catch-up clinics happening at the following locations on these days:

  • Tuesday 4 August
    Stroud Community Clinic, Stroud Maternity Hospital, Field Road, Stroud GL5 2JB
  • Wednesday 5 August
    Spring Bank Resource Centre, Springbank Community Resource Centre, Springbank Way, Cheltenham GL51 0LG
  • Thursday 6 August
    Cirencester Hospital (Querns Suite Outpatients, Room 2), Cirencester Gl7 1UY
    Fairford Outpatients Department, Fairford Hospital, The Croft GL7 4BB
  • Friday 7 August
    Cirencester Hospital (Querns Suite Outpatients, Room 2), Cirencester GL7 1UY
  • Monday 10 August
    Cinderford Rugby Club, The Beavis Memorial Ground, Dockham Road, Cinderford GL14 2AQ
    Lydney & District Hospital, Grove Road, Lydney GL15 5JE
  • Wednesday 12 August
    Spring Bank Resource Centre, Springbank Community Resource Centre, Springbank Way, Cheltenham GL51 0LG
  • Friday 14 August
    Stroud Community Clinic, Stroud Maternity Hospital, Field Road, Stroud GL5 2JB
  • Monday 17 August
    Spring Bank Resource Centre, Springbank Community Resource Centre, Springbank Way, Cheltenham GL51 0LG
  • Friday 21 August
    Spring Bank Resource Centre, Springbank Community Resource Centre, Springbank Way, Cheltenham GL51 0LG
  • Monday 24 August
    Stroud Community Clinic, Stroud Maternity Hospital, Field Road, Stroud GL5 2JB
  • Tuesday 25 August
    Fairford Outpatients Department, Fairford Hospital, The Croft GL7 4BB
  • Wednesday 26 August
    Cinderford Rugby Club, The Beavis Memorial Ground, Dockham Road, Cinderford GL14 2AQ

All drive-through and community clinics are by appointment only. 

PLEASE NOTE: Additional dates are constantly being added. If your child is unable to attend any of the above clinics please contact the immunisation team, who will endeavour to make alternative arrangements. 

If your child has not caught up with their missed vaccinations by September 2020, they will receive them in the new academic year. 

For further information, or to book an appointment, call the immunisation team on 0300 421 8140.

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