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Latest pop-up vaccination clinics announced

Date: Friday, 09th Jul 2021 | Category: Uncategorised


Latest pop-up vaccination clinics announced

Hundreds of people in Sandwell have ‘grabbed a jab’, so far this week, as more pop-up clinics appear around the borough as part of the on-going vaccination drive.

Sandwell Council is working in partnership with NHS colleagues and local community organisations to roll out the programme of pop-up vaccination clinics.

Anyone over the age of 18 or over can go along to get vaccinated over the coming weeks.

Details of the latest batch of clinics is as follows:

  • Sunday 11 July until Wednesday 14 July at Asda, Cape Hill, Smethwick, from 8am-6pm on Sunday, and 8am-8pm Monday to Wednesday. (Pfizer and AstraZeneca).
  • Tuesday 13 July at Smethwick Library, High Street, Smethwick, from 10am-4pm. (Pfizer only).
  • Wednesday 14 July at Rounds Green Library, Martley Road, Oldbury, from 10am-4pm. (Pfizer only).
  • Thursday 15 July at Friar Park Millennium Centre, Friar Park Road, Wednesbury, from 10am-4pm. (Pfizer only).
  • Friday 16 July at Jamia Masjid, Windmill Lane, Smethwick, from 3pm-6pm. (Pfizer only).
  • Monday 19 July at Cradley Heath Community Centre, Reddal Hill Road, Cradley Heath, from 10am-4pm. (Pfizer only).
  • Tuesday 20 July and Thursday 22 July at Victoria Park Skill Centre, Corbett Street, Smethwick, from 1.30pm-3.30pm. (Pfizer only).

Details of clinics are also available online at

Anyone aged 40 or over who needs their second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine, can also go to Tipton Sports Academy, Wednesbury Oak Road, Tipton, Monday to Sunday from 8am-6pm. (First and second dose Pfizer and AstraZeneca available).

Please make sure it’s at least eight weeks since your first dose.


  • No appointment is necessary.
  • No NHS number is needed.
  • No need to be registered with a GP.
  • No residential address is needed.

Offering both first and second dose vaccines – remember to bring your vaccine card, if you’ve had your first vaccination.

With Covid-19 cases rising in Sandwell and across the West Midlands region, being fully vaccinated Is the best way of protecting yourself and others from becoming seriously ill.

Dr Lisa McNally, Director of Public Health in Sandwell, is urging as many people as possible to get fully vaccinated.

“We’ve been pleased to see lots of people come forward for their vaccination at our recent ‘pop-up’ clinics.

“As well as wanting to protect their health, those getting vaccinated have also been making sure that they have no trouble going abroad on holiday this year. With media reports suggesting that many holiday destinations will require us to be fully vaccinated, as well as how vaccination may help us avoid self-isolating when we get home, it’s no surprise so many people are getting their jabs.

“Holding vaccine clinics in the community makes it easier than ever for people to get vaccinated. No appointments are needed – just turn up and we’ll make sure you get jabbed.”

More clinics will be announced over the coming days.