COVID-19 Vaccinations

Vaccination Bus coming

Get the whole family protected for summer! 

First, second and booster doses available for everyone aged 12 and over. Both Pfizer and Moderna vaccinations are available. Children aged 12 to 15 will need parental consent.

Friday 24 June 

  • 10am – 4pm Co-op Car Park, Barnoldswick - vehicle access via Wellhouse Road  

Friday 8 July 

  • Colne town centre - Parliament Street car park, just past the market

Friday 15 July 

  • Nelson town centre - outside the Town Hall

You can book your COVID-19 vaccine or booster, either by:

Spring COVID Boosters

The COVID-19 spring booster vaccine is now available to ALL over 75s, residents in care homes for older people and people aged 12 years and over with a weakened immune system. If its been six months since your last vaccination, simply book online, walk-in to one of our vaccination centres or call to request vaccine at home.

Vaccination clinics at your local GP practice

GP practices are running clinics for their patients. They will contact you directly when your vaccination is due.  

Vaccinations at local pharmacies

Barkerhouse Pharmacy, 102 Barkerhouse Road, Nelson BB9 9EU

Barkerhouse Pharmacy, 102 Barkerhouse Road, Nelson BB9 9EU

Walk-ins are available for anyone aged 12 and over:

  • First, second and third doses of the Pfizer
  • booster doses of Pfizer

You can also book via national booking service.

If your first vaccination was AstraZeneca you will be offered the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine for your second vaccination.

If you are aged 16 or 17, you need to wait at least 12 weeks before having a second dose. If you're aged 18 or over, you need to wait at least 8 weeks. 

Walk-ins are also available for booster jabs and flu jabs for those that are eligible.

When?

  • Monday to Friday 9am to 5:45pm
  • Saturday 9am to 1pm

Taylors Pharmacy, 207 Leeds Road, Nelson BB9 8EH

People aged 12 and over can get their first, second, booster and spring booster dose of the Pfizer vaccine. Call 01282 615325 in advance to book your appointment or simply drop in.

When?

  • Monday to Friday from 9:30am until 6pm (closed for lunch from 1pm to 2pm)
  • Saturday from 9:30am until 1:00pm

Well Pharmacy, 26 - 30 Rainhall Road, Barnoldswick BB18 5DR

When?

  • Monday to Friday from 9am until 6pm

Free bus travel to your vaccination appointment

The Burnley Bus Company is offering free travel on any of its buses to and from a vaccination appointment to anyone taking up the offer of a jab. 

You can have a free return journey on any service operated by The Burnley Bus Company, and the full Ribble Country bus network.  

The offer covers travel across Burnley and Pendle, plus the Ribble Valley, Hyndburn and Rossendale. It also includes travel on the Rossendale Rovers 8 and Hotline buses in Burnley and Hyndburn.

All you have to do is show your driver a text or email on your phone, or a letter or other printed document that confirms your appointment for that day. 

The free travel offer is in place until further notice.

COVID-Vaccination Scams

Some people are reporting that they are receiving phone calls offering vaccine appointments for a cost, or text messages directing people to a convincing fake NHS website with a booking link.

The COVID-19 vaccine will always be free in the UK and delivered by the NHS. You will be contacted by the NHS call/recall service telling you when you are eligible.

Anyone offering you a real NHS COVID-19 vaccination booking will never:

  • ask you for payment or any bank details
  • ask you to press a button on your keypad when on the phone
  • ask you to send a text to confirm the booking

Anyone who has concerns about whether an approach is genuine should speak to their local GP surgery.

More information about the COVID-19 vaccine

Are you getting information about the vaccination from social media? If you are, do you research what you read?

Check before you share to make sure what you're reading is accurate.  

The NHS is the best source of information about the COVID-19 vaccination. 

Visit the NHS COVID-19 vaccination pages

Visit the GOV.UK COVID-19 vaccination pages