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Pop-up vaccine clinics running across the borough to make it easier for residents to get their jab!

Join the millions already vaccinatedTags Adults , Council , Residents

Over the next two weeks, Barking and Dagenham Council in partnership with the NHS and GP Federation, Together First CIC, will be running a number of pop-up vaccination clinics in different locations across the borough to make it easier and more convenient for residents to get their first and second jabs.

The walk-in clinics are open to anyone 18 years and over, no appointment is needed. Each clinic will be offering the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine and second doses of the Pfizer or Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine (providing you have had your first dose of either vaccine 8 weeks before). No proof of address, immigration or NHS number is required and all you need to do is provide proof of your age.

Alongside the pop-up vaccine clinics, over the coming days a team of council officers will be out, door knocking and visiting public areas across the borough to encourage and support more residents to have their jabs. 

Councillor Maureen Worby, Cabinet Member for Social Care and Health Integration, said: “We know that there are a number of reasons that some people still haven’t had their jab.

“For some residents convenience and accessibility of vaccination centres has been an issue so that’s why we have been working with our health partners to provide more local options for people to get their jab.

“For others, their reticence is due to a that a lack of information or concerns that they have about the vaccine and that’s why we have a team of council offers going out and visiting residents to provide them with more information.”


Pop-up clinics will be taking place at the following venues and times:


Pop-up vaccination site

Vaccination dates


Al Madinah Mosque, 2 Victoria Rd, Barking IG11 8PY

2, 3 and 4 July

10am – 4pm each day

Marks Gate Community Centre, Rose Lane, Dagenham, RM6 5NJ

7 July

9am – 2pm

Harmony Clinic, Concord House, 23-27 Kemp Road, RM8 1ST

8 July

3pm - 8pm

Parsloes Surgery, RM9 5NH8,9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17 and 18 July12 noon to 6pm each day

Sue Bramley Centre, IG11 0LH

9 July

9am – 4pm

Heath Park Community Centre, 76 Rusholme Ave, Dagenham RM10 7ND

10 July

11am – 4pm

The Broadway Theatre, Barking IG11 7LS

10 July

10am - 6pm

Gurdwara Barking, 100 North Street, Barking IG11 8JD

11 July11am – 4pm

Dagenham Library, 1 Church Elm Ln, Dagenham RM10 9QS

12 and 13 July

12 noon to 6pm each day

















Even if you are not sure about having the vaccine, residents are urged to come along to one of the pop-up clinics and talk to a doctor and get answers to any questions they may have about the vaccine.

If you are not able to attend any of the walk-in clinics, you can call the Broadway Theatre vaccination centre booking line on 020 8076 4752 to book a time that suits you.

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