Community vaccination centres

COVID-19 vaccinations are available by appointment only. You’ll only be offered an appointment if you’re in one of the priority groups.

Please don’t go to any NHS vaccination centre without an appointment – you will not be vaccinated.

If you’re in one of the priority groups you can book an appointment at a local vaccination centre or community pharmacy site online or by calling 119 for free (7am – 11pm, seven days a week).


Visiting a community vaccination centre

If you have an appointment at a community vaccination centre, please don’t arrive more than five minutes before the time of your appointment – this reduces queuing which helps everyone maintain social distancing.

You must wear a mask throughout the duration of your visit, unless you have a clinical reason not to, or other exemption.


Community vaccination centres in South West London

Below is a list of community vaccination centres currently open in South West London. More sites will be added as they open.

Hawks Road Health Clinic Vaccination Centre

Hawks Road, Kingston Upon Thames, KT1 3EW

The entrance to the vaccination centre is located on Wimpole Close.

Travelling by car

If driving to the vaccination centre, you’ll need to drive down either Portman Road or Banner Hill Road and then turn left onto Washington Road. A final left turn onto Wimpole Close and you’ll have reached Hawks Road Health Clinic.

The site has a small car park for patients. If full, more parking is available on surrounding roads.

Parking can also be found at Norbiton Station, approximately 10 mins walk, or Fairfields Car Park in Kingston, approximately 13 mins walk.

Find out how to get to your vaccination appointment via public transport.


Selhurst Park Stadium, Crystal Palace

Whitehorse Lane, London SE25 6PU

The vaccination centre is located at Glaziers Bar, Main stand, Crystal Palace Stadium.

Travelling by car

Leave the M25 at Junction 7 and follow the signs for the A23 to Croydon. At Purley bear left onto the A23 at its junction with the A235 (to Croydon). You will pass roundabouts and junctions with the A232 and A236 as you pass Croydon, after which the A23 bears left at Thornton Heath (at the Horseshoe pub roundabout).

Here you must go straight over into Brigstock Road (B266), passing Thornton Heath Station on your left and bearing right on to the High Street. At the next mini roundabout, (Whitehorse Road/Grange Road) go left into Whitehorse Lane and Selhurst Park is on your right.

Visitors to the Selhurst Park Vaccination Centre can park in any available space within in the Sainsbury’s car park.

Travelling by rail

The nearest rail stations to the centre are: Norwood Junction (London Overground), Thornton Heath (National Rail), Selhurst (National Rail). From each of these local stations, it is then within a 15 minute walk to the stadium.

Travelling by bus

Buses that stop near the stadium include: 75, 130, 157, 468, N68, X68

Find out how to get to your vaccination appointment via public transport.


Harlequins Twickenham Stadium

The Twickenham Stoop, Langhorn Drive, Twickenham, TW2 7SX

The vaccination centre is located in the Chris Robshaw Bar.

Travelling by car

From the M25, exit J12 onto the M3 and head toward London. This then becomes the A316; continue to the Whitton Road roundabout next to the Lexus/Toyota car dealership and take the fourth exit. Turning back on yourself the stadium is located 500 metres on the left via Langhorn Drive.

Travelling by rail

The nearest train station is Twickenham. Turn right out of the station, and continue down Whitton Road. Proceed down Court Way and turn left on to Egerton road. At the mini-roundabout, turn right onto Craneford Way and enter the stadium at the end of the road. Regular trains run to Twickenham from London Waterloo, Clapham Junction, Reading, Ascot and Windsor & Eton Riverside. 

Travelling by bus

Bus numbers 281, 267, 481, 681 and H20 have regular services passing close to the stadium. Alternatively the R68, R70, 33, 110, 290, H22 or 490 stop in Twickenham High Street, where the stadium is a short walk away over the river crane.

Find out how to get to your vaccination appointment via public transport.


Questions

About the vaccine, the vaccination programme and many other topics.

If you want to know more about COVID-19 and its symptoms visit nhs.uk.


Borough vaccination programmes

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