Walk-in Covid boosters stll available across the Black Country

People in the Black Country are being reminded that COVID-19 booster vaccines are still available at a number of community pop-up vaccination clinics.

Following recent guidance from JCVI, which recommended the booster offer ends in line with the current autumn booster campaign, Sunday 12 February marked the last day that booster vaccine appointments could be booked via the National Booking System.

However, walk-in booster vaccines remain available at a host of community pop-up clinics across the Black Country until the end of March.

The flu vaccine, as well as first and second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, will also be available at the pop-ups, which will be at the following locations over the next few weeks:


  • Park Village Education Centre, Cannock Rd, every Tuesday, 1pm-7pm, every Saturday and Sunday, 10am-4pm
  • Bilston Families Hub, Market Way, every Thursday and Friday, 9am-3pm
  • Bob Jones Community Hub, Bromley Street, every Thursday, 3pm-7pm


  • Dudley Town Centre, Market Place, every Friday 9am-1pm
  • Brierley Hill Moor Centre, Saturday 18 February, 9am-1pm, Saturday 4 March, 9am- 1pm and Saturday 18 March, 9am-1pm
  • War Memorial, Lye, every Friday, 2pm-6pm
  • Pensnett Community Centre, every Tuesday until 28 March, 2pm-6pm
  • Green Park Community Centre, every Wednesday until 29 March, 3pm-7pm
  • Sledmore Community Centre, every Monday until 27 March, 2pm-6pm
  • Providence Methodist Church, every Monday until 27 March, 3pm-7pm


  • New Invention The Square, Willenhall, every Wednesday, 10am-2pm
  • Walsall Town Centre, Lower Hall Lane (near Poundland), Saturday 25 February, 9am- 1pm
  • Asda Carpark, St Lawrence Way, Tuesday 21 February, 10am-2pm


  • Windmill Community Centre, Messenger Road, Tuesday 28 February, 10am-2pm
  • Jubilee Park Community Centre, Powis Avenue, Friday 17 February, 10am-3pm
  • Cradley Heath Community Centre, Reddal Hill Road, Monday 27 February, 10am-3pm
  • Tipton Muslim Community Centre, Wellington Road, Thursday 23 February, 10am- 3pm
  • Star Stay Plus Hotel, 144 High St, Tuesday 28 February, 3pm-6pm

Sally Roberts, Chief Nursing Officer for the NHS Black Country Integrated Care Board, said: “It’s important to remember that winter isn’t over yet and with winter illnesses such as COVID-19 and flu still circulating, getting vaccinated remains the best protection against these viruses, especially for those living with a long-term health condition.

“If you are eligible for a booster, whether that’s an initial booster dose or an autumn booster, please come forward and visit our pop-up clinics while you still can.

“Flu vaccines, as well as first and second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, are also available and it’s not too late to come forward if you haven’t already done so.

“If anyone is hesitant about having a vaccine or has any questions, the pop-up clinics are an opportunity to speak to experts from the NHS in a private and confidential environment, so please do pop along even if it’s just to have a conversation.”

Those eligible for a flu vaccine can book an appointment at their local pharmacy on the NHS website here. First and second COVID-19 vaccines can still be booked via the National Booking System or by calling 119.


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