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Pop-up vaccination clinics appearing across the borough throughout February

03 February 2022
The Oval Vaccination Centre in Wirral

Pop-up vaccination clinics appearing across the borough throughout February

First, second and booster COVID-19 vaccinations will be available at a surprising range of locations during February - from a football match to the shops and local library.

To help make getting vaccinated more convenient for busy residents, NHS pop-up clinics are appearing across the borough – including at Tranmere Rovers Football club and several Matalan stores – throughout the month.

Wirral’s Director of Public Health, Julie Webster said:

“We’re really pleased to be working with the NHS to offer jabs to residents at times and locations that are convenient for them.

“Although almost 80 per cent of Wirral people who are eligible for the vaccine have had at least two doses, we know that many thousands still haven’t had a jab or are yet to complete their two courses and booster.

“But it’s not too late - if you’ve not got around to getting your first, second or booster dose, please make use of our pop-up clinics to get fully vaccinated and give yourself the maximum protection from becoming seriously ill from COVID-19.”

Dr Abhi Mantgani, Clinical Lead at Birkenhead Vaccination Centre, is also urging people to not delay getting vaccinated and to find a local, convenient walk-in site this week.

He said: "The vaccine is our best protection from the Omicron variant, especially the booster dose which tops-ups protection from the first two jabs.

"As we continue the fight against the virus, I'd like to encourage everyone who’s not yet vaccinated or due a second or booster dose to please come forward.


Vaccines will be available on a first come, first-served basis and those with appointments at participating clinics will be able to continue to attend at their time slot and receive their vaccine as planned.


All walk-in site details can be found on the NHS Wirral CCG website


Date and Time


Cherry Tree Shopping Centre, Liscard

Friday 4 Feb 9.30am-2pm

Friday 18 Feb 9.30am-2pm




Seacombe Children's Centre, Seacombe



Wednesday 9 Feb 11.30am-5.30pm

Wednesday 16 Feb 11.30am-5.30pm

Wednesday 23 Feb 11.30am-5.30pm


Gautby Road Play; Youth and Community Centre, Birkenhead

Tuesday 8 Feb 9am-2pm

Tuesday 15 Feb 12pm-2pm


St Andrew's Community Centre, Noctorum

Tuesday 8 Feb 9am-1pm

Tuesday 15 Feb 9am-1pm


Future Yard, 75 Argyle St, Birkenhead CH41

Tuesday 15 Feb 3pm-7pm - CANCELLED


Tranmere Rovers Football Club, Recreation Centre, Tranmere

Tuesday 8 Feb 5pm-8pm


Matalan, Bromborough

Thursday 10 Feb 4pm-7.30pm

Thursday 24 Feb 4pm-7.30pm


Rock Ferry One Stop Shop/Library, 257 Old Chester Rd, Birkenhead CH42

Friday 4 Feb 12 noon-5pm

Friday 18 Feb 12 noon-5pm - CANCELLED


Matalan, Rock Ferry

Saturday 12 Feb 10am-4pm

Saturday 26 Feb 10am-4pm


Floral Pavillion (Box Office), New Brighton

Sunday 13 Feb 10am-3pm

Sunday 20 Feb 10am-3pm



Regular Walk in Sites 

Birkenhead Medical Building, 31 Laird St, Birkenhead, CH41 8DB  

Monday to Friday – 9am-5.30pm 

Saturday - 9am-4pm 

Click here to see available vaccines 


Clatterbridge Vaccination Centre 

Monday 8.30am – 5pm 

Tuesday 8.30am – 5pm 

Wednesday 10am – 6.15pm 

Thursday 8.30am – 5pm 

Friday 8.30am – 5pm 

Saturday 10am  - 4pm 


Leasowe Pharmacy, Primary Care Centre, Hudson Rd, Leasowe, Wirral CH46 2QQ 

Monday to Friday - 9.15am-1pm & 2.15pm-17.45pm 


The Oval Leisure Centre, Old Chester Rd, Bebington, Wirral CH63 7LF (site closed for lunch between 1pm-2pm) 

Friday 4 Feb 9am - 6pm 

Saturday 5 Feb 9am-6pm 

Monday 7 Feb 9am - 1pm 

Tuesday 8 Feb 9am - 1pm 

Wednesday 9 Feb CLOSED 

Thursday 10 Feb 9am - 1pm 

Friday 11 Feb 9am - 6pm 

Saturday 12 Feb CLOSED 



Booster dose of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine 

A booster dose of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine helps improve the protection you have from your first two doses of the vaccine. 

It helps give you longer-term protection against getting seriously ill from COVID-19. 

For further information about the booster vaccination, please visit​ 

Further information 

There must be a minimum eight weeks between first and second dose 

There must be a minimum of eight weeks between the second dose and third primary dose 

There must be a minimum of at least three months between the second dose and booster 

Vaccines will be given on a first come, first served basis 

The clinic might end early if all available vaccines have been administered 

You may be required to queue 

You don’t need to take anything with you but you will be asked to confirm your name; date of birth and address.  If you know your NHS number, that’s a bonus – to find this, use the Find My NHS Number tool   


Anyone not able to attend a drop-in clinic can book their vaccination appointment in one of the following ways: 

Call 119 or visit  

Wait to be invited by their GP practice for an appointment at a local GP-led vaccination centre. 

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