Large vaccination centres in NW London

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People aged 21 and over can book a covid vaccination through the NHS website now.

When you book, you will be asked if you know your NHS number. If you don't know it you can find it here, as long as you are registered at a GP practice. If you do not have an NHS number, plesae do walk-in to one of our vaccination centres.

More details about our vaccination centres and how to get to them can be found in the links below.

Brentford Fountain Leisure Centre Vaccination Centre

Getting to the Brentford Fountain Leisure Centre NHS Covid Vaccination site
Location

658 Chiswick High Rd, Brentford TW8 0HJ

The Brentford Fountain Leisure Centre is well connected to local public transport routes. The nearest stations are Gunnersbury Underground Station (District line) and Kew Bridge (Southwestern Rail).

Bus routes: 237/267/391 to Brentford Fountain Leisure Centre

Public transport

Visit www.tfl.gov.uk for travel information.

Car parking

The nearest car park is located at the front of the Leisure Centre. This has limited parking including disabled parking bays.

Harrow Vaccination Centre (Byron Hall)

Getting to the Byron Hall NHS Covid Vaccination Centre

Location

Christchurch Avenue, Harrow HA3 5BD

The site is well connected to local public transport routes. The nearest station is Harrow and Wealdstone.

Public transport

Visit www.tfl.gov.uk for travel information.

Car parking

Car parking is avaialble on site.

Ealing Vaccination Centre (CP House)

Getting to the Ealing NHS Covid Vaccination Centre
Location

Ealing Vaccination Centre: CP House, 97-107 Uxbridge Road, Ealing W5 5TL

Public transport

Visit www.tfl.gov.uk/jabs for travel information.

Car parking

CP House is best accessed by public transport.

If you need to drive to the centre we advise that you park in one of the local car parks - details of all car parks in Ealing can be found here.

Heathrow Vaccination Centre (Compass Centre)

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Location and site entrance

Heathrow Vaccination Centre, Compass Centre, Bath Road, Heathrow, TW6 2GW

The Compass Centre is located off the A4 Bath Road on the perimeter of the airport.

Please follow the signs from Bath Road to the car park and entrance of the vaccination centre – these are clearly signposted.

Car parking

The car park is opposite the entrance to the vaccination centre and it is clearly signposted from Bath Road. Please follow the signs around the main building until you arrive at the car park.

Public transport

The closest tube station is on the Piccadilly line ‘Heathrow terminal 2 and 3’ – please exit the tube station and take a bus from the central bus station outside. From the bus station buses (U3 and 423) stop outside the compass centre.

This map shows the buses that pass the compass centre from Heathrow terminal 2 and 3 bus station

The U3 bus runs to and from Uxbridge.

Visit www.tfl.gov.uk for more travel information

Marble Arch Vaccination Centre

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Location and site entrance

Marble Arch Vaccination Centre: 86 Edgware Rd, London W2 2EA

The entrance to the Vaccination Centre is located at the rear of the building, on Forset Street. Edgware road is well connected to local public transport routes; there is limited parking available nearby.

Public transport

The closest station to this centre is Marble arch and Edgware road station is also close by. Visit www.tfl.gov.uk/jabs for travel information and to plan your journey.

Tube travel

If travelling to the vaccination centre by Tube you can use the Central line to Marble Arch station, which is a short walk away – there will be advice on display at the station.

For your return journey, please note that due to escalator works between 22 March and early July there will be no ‘down’ escalator at the station. Access to the platform will be via a lengthy staircase and you should use Bond Street or Edgware Road (Hammersmith & City line) stations for your return journey instead.

Bus route 7 runs between the centre and Bond Street.

Visit www.tfl.gov.uk to plan your journey.

Car parking and drop off

If driving to the Vaccination Centre, drop off is available on George Street.

A taxi rank is located on Stourcliffe Street.

Please note that there is no parking immediately outside the Vaccination Centre, or on surrounding roads. The closest car parking can be found at –

  • CitiPark (outside congestion zone)
    Burne House, 5 Bell Street, Marylebone London NW1 5BZ
  • Marriot Hotel Marble Arch (inside congestion zone)
    134 George Street, London, W1H 5DN

Novotel London West Vaccination Centre

Getting to the Novotel NHS Covid Vaccination Centre
Location

Novotel London West, 1 Shortlands Hammersmith International Ctre, Hammersmith, London W6 8DR

The Novotel is well connected to local public transport routes. The nearest stations are Hammersmith Underground Station (Hammersmith & City line and Piccadilly line) and Hammersmith Broadway (Circle line)

Public transport

Visit www.tfl.gov.uk for travel information.

Car parking

Please note that there is no parking available on site, or immediately outside the Vaccination Centre, or on surrounding roads. There is limited disabled parking on site.

The nearest car park is located at Kings Mall Car Park, which is a short distance from the Vaccination Centre.

Old Vinyl Factory Vaccination Centre

Getting to the Old Vinyl Factory NHS Covid Vaccination Centre

Please ensure appropriate clothing is worn to enable access to the upper arm.

Location

The Record Store, The Old Vinyl Factory, 15 Pressing Lane, Hayes, UB3 1HA

The Old Vinyl Factory is well connected to local public transport routes. The nearest station is Hayes & Harlington Railway Station. By car, the site is right next to the M4 (Junction 3).

Public transport

Visit www.tfl.gov.uk for travel information.

Car parking

Please note that there is no parking available on site or the immediate vicinity around the Vaccination Centre.

Science Museum Vaccination Centre

Getting to the NHS Covid Vaccination Centre
Site entrance and address

Science Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London SW7 2DD

You can access the Vacciantion Centre from the entrance on Exhibition Road.

The science museum is well connected to local public transport routes. The nearest station is South Kensington.

Visit www.tfl.gov.uk/jabs for travel information and to plan your journey.

You can also visit the Science Museum’s Visit Us web pages. 


Car parking and  drop off

If driving to the Vaccination Centre, drop is available at the front of the building on exhibition road.

Please note that there is no parking immediately outside the Vaccination Centre, or on surrounding roads. 

Wembley Vaccination Centre

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Location and site entrance

Wembley Vaccination Centre: Olympic Office Centre, 8 Fulton Rd, Wembley, London, HA9 0NU

The entrance to the Vaccination Centre is located in Rutherford Way. Wembley Park is well connected to local public transport routes, with parking also available nearby.

Public transport

Visit www.tfl.gov.uk/jabs for travel information.

Car parking

If driving to the Vaccination Centre, follow signage for Wembley Stadium on motorways and A-roads before picking up local signage as you approach.

Free parking is available for one hour at the Wembley Stadium Yellow Car Park - a short walk from the Vaccination Centre. The entrance to Yellow Car Park is in Engineers Way – follow local directional signage. Once parked, follow the directional signs on foot to the Vaccination Centre.

Additional car parking is available at the Red Car Park and Pink Car Park. The entrances for the Red and Pink Car Parks are in Royal Route and South Way respectively.

Please note that there is no parking immediately outside the Vaccination Centre, or on surrounding roads. 

Pharmacies offering Pfizer

Borough
Name of site
Ealing
  • Clayponds Community Centre (South Ealing Pharmacy)
  • Northolt Pharmacy
  • Puri Chemist
  • St Johns Church (Mattock Lane Pharmacy)
  • St Joseph The Worker Church (Touchwood Pharmacy)
Hammersmith and Fulham
  • Hamlins Pharmacy
  • Parmay Pharmacy
Harrow
  • Health Pharmacy
  • Healthways Pharmacy
Hillingdon
  • Lawton Pharmacy
  • The Clubhouse, Stockley Park (Howletts Pharmacy)
Hounslow
  • Cranford Community College - Picasso Centre (Bhogal Pharmacy)
  • Jade Pharmacy (Heston Road)
  • Jade Pharmacy (Vicarage Farm Road)
  • Shah Pharmacy

Frequently asked questions

How do I book an appointment?

People prioritised for a vaccine will be contacted through a letter from NHS England, when the time is right, asking them to make an appointment either by phone or online. 

Prioritisation is defined by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) and is largely based on age, as risk from COVID-19 increases with age.  More information about prioritisation can be found here.

Please do not contact the vaccination centre to make an appointment.

Which days will the vaccination centres be open?

The vaccination centre will be open from 8am to 8pm seven days a week.

Can I turn up if I don’t have an appointment?

People aged 42 and over can also walk-in to one of our large vaccination centres - but please be aware on busy days, we cannot guarentee we can vacciante everyone who turns up. To guarantee a vaccine, please use the booking system here and book an appointment.

How do I get in touch with the vaccination centre?

You will not be able to book a vaccination appointment by ringing the vaccination centre directly – you will be given instructions how to do this with your letter inviting you to book.

If I can’t make my appointment, how do I notify the centre?

If you are unable to make your appointment and wish to rebook – please contact 119 or use the online portal you booked the appointment through.

Are there toilet facilities?

Public toilets are available at all centres, but can they only be accessed once you have checked into the building.

What measures are in place to ensure each venue is a COVID-19 safe environment?

Measures have been put in place to ensure our queuing systems are socially distanced, with a one way system in place. At most centres the queue to enter will be outside but undercover. Please do not join the queue more than five minutes before your appointment time, this will help keep the queue moving.

Please ensure you wear a mask throughout the duration of your visit.

What if I need help when I arrive?

All our vaccination centres have staff on hand to help direct and support people who may need a little extra help, while traveling through the centre.