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Covid-19 Vaccination

(All information below has been taken from the LBBD website)

Everyone aged 16 and over can now get their Covid-19 vaccination by:

  • booking on the NHS website
  • booking by calling 119
  • contacting your local pharmacy
  • going to one of the local vaccination centres listed below

If you are 16 or 17, you do not need to come with a parent or guardian to have your vaccine, but please bring proof of age.

Walk-in vaccination centres (no appointment needed)

For walk-in centres you don’t need to be registered with a GP or show proof of address, immigration status, or an NHS number. All you need to bring is your proof of age, i.e. a driving licence or passport.

Pop-up vaccination site

Vaccination dates


Fanshawe Community Hall, Barnmead Road, Dagenham, RM9 5DX

13 August
2pm to 6pm

Becontree 100 Festival, Parsloes Park, Dagenham, RM9 5RL

14 August
12pm to 5pm

Roundhouse Music Festival, Parsloes Park, Dagenham, RM9 5RL

15 August
12pm to 5pm

Sue Bramley Centre, Bastable Avenue, Barking, IG11 0LH

20 August
12pm to 5pm

Asda Dagenham, Merrielands Crescent, Dagenham, RM9 6SJ

21 August
2pm to 7pm

Asda Dagenham, Merrielands Crescent, Dagenham, RM9 6SJ

22 August
12pm to 5pm

Barking Station, Station Parade, Barking, IG11 8TU

23 August
2pm to 7pm

Booked appointment vaccination centres

Broadway Vaccination Centre, Broadway, Barking, IG11 7LS (Broadway Theatre, behind the town hall). Call 020 8076 4752 to book a time that suits you.

Each clinic will provide the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine, and will also give second doses of both Pfizer and Oxford/AstraZeneca (depending on what you had for your first dose).  Second doses can only be given 8 weeks after your first jab.

Even if you are not sure about having the vaccine, come along and talk to a doctor and get answers to your questions.

Questions and concerns about the vaccine

We understand that some people may have concerns or questions about having the vaccine.

On the NHS website you can find out more about the vaccine and find lots of answers on the NHS frequently asked questions page.

Please do not share misinformation about the vaccines. Always check the source of the information before you share it as there are lots of myths circulating, especially on social media.