Total jabs given in Sussex: 1,797,962 up to 30 May 2021

All adults are now eligible for the vaccine. Please book your appointment today.

Weekend of walk in clinics

18 June 2021

As all adults become eligible for their vaccination today, we have a weekend of walk in clinics happening in Sussex.

These are in addition to booked appointments made through the national booking system, by calling 119, or through your GP led vaccination service.

You can attend these without an appointment. Please just bring one form of ID (photo ID not required) and your NHS number, if you know it.

  • 18 and 19 June, 10.30-14.30 – St Peter’s Church, York Place, Brighton BN1 4GU
  • 20 June, 10.30-14.30 – Brunswick Square, Brighton BN3 1EJ
  • 20 June from 10.00-13.00 at Hampden Park Surgery, 12 Brodrick Close, Hampden Park, Eastbourne BN22 9NQ
  • 23 June, 11.00-16.00 – Tesco Superstore, Church Road, Hove BN3 2DL
  • 24 June, 11.00-16.00 – Lower Place Car Park, Lower Place, Newhaven BN9 9FA
  • 24 June, 11.00-16.00 – Lower Place Car Park, Lower Place, Newhaven BN9 9FA
  • 25 and 26 June, 10.30-14.30 – St Peter’s Church, York Place, Brighton BN1 4GU
  • 26 June, 10.30-15.30 – Warrior Square Surgery, St Leonards-on-Sea
  • 27 June, 10.30-14.30 – Brunswick Square, Brighton BN3 1EJ
  • 3 July. 10.30-15.30 – St Leonards Medical Centre, St Leonards-on-Sea

Key vaccination information

Who is eligible?

The NHS is currently offering the COVID-19 vaccine to people most at risk from coronavirus.

It’s being given to all adults.

Where are vaccinations being offered?

GP led local vaccination services (booked through the service directly)

  • GP-led local vaccination services supported by your GP practice
  • Roving vaccination service providing jabs to people who are housebound

Vaccination centres and pharmacy led services (booked through the national booking service website or by calling 119)

Sussex has vaccination centres at:

  • Brighton: Brighton Centre
  • Chichester: Westgate Leisure Centre
  • Crawley: Crawley Hospital
  • Eastbourne: Welcome Building
  • Midhurst: Midhurst Pharmacy
  • Ore: Laycock Pharmacy
  • Rye: pharmacy
  • Ticehurst: Ticehurst Pharmacy

When booking online, please enter your email address or mobile number to receive confirmation of your appointment.  Please also note your reference number, as you must have this should you need to change your appointment.

Reassurance on the use of Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine

People are being encouraged to continue to attend their vaccination appointments and make sure they receive their vital protection. A new statement from the Government has been issued:

“The Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine is safe, effective and has already saved thousands of lives.

“As the MHRA – the UK’s independent regulator – and the JCVI have said, the benefits of the vaccine far outweigh the risks for the vast majority of adults.

“Everybody who has already had a first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine should receive a second dose of the same brand, irrespective of age, except for the very small number of people who experienced blood clots with low platelet counts from their first vaccination.

“The government will follow today’s updated advice, which sets out that, as a precaution, it is preferable for people under the age of 30 with no underlying health conditions to be offered an alternative vaccine where possible once they are eligible.

“When people are called forward, they should get their jab. Vaccines are the best way out of this pandemic and provide strong protection against Covid-19.”

Read the latest information on the vaccination and blood clotting.

How many people have now been vaccinated?

Total Covid vaccinations in Sussex: 1,945,734

Contact us

If you have a question about the Sussex COVID-19 vaccination programme please take a look at our frequently asked questions page. If you can’t find the answer, please contact the Vaccine Enquiries Team:

Note that we cannot book a vaccination appointment for you – please wait to be contacted.