Good evening everyone,I hope you are all well and had fantastic weekends! Thank you for your help in promoting these events. We are continuing to see people attending who otherwise may not have accessed a vaccine.I am aware that I am sharing a lot of information with you and asking for help regularly. Please do let me know if we can help with something you are working on or if you have suggestions on further developments we could make to the programme.The next eventsHere are the latest flyers for the walk-in pop-up vaccination centres in Southwark on Thursday at Lidl in Peckham. We will also be holding a pop-up clinic on Wednesday 9 June near Peckham PalmsonAtwell RoadSE15 4TW from 10am-1pm and we will share the materials shortly.They are primarily for anyone aged 40 or over who hasn’t yet come forward for their vaccination. It would be great if you could share these with your networks in the area – there is no need to make an appointment and no ID is needed for either.We hope to be able to share more in thenear future. In the meantime, you may have seen advertising in Southwark forwww.nhsvaccinefacts.com which has stories of different people and why they got the vaccine alongside some more accessible information. Do have a look and please share.Finally, thanks again for your help and support. We saw a large number of those attending on Saturday were not registered with a GP and also didn’t speak English as a first language; many of whom may not have accessed a vaccine otherwise.Best wishes,JulianJulian Walker
Head of Communications and Engagement (Southwark)
NHS South East London CCGMy normal working hours are:Monday-Thursday 9:00-18:30Friday 9:00-12:30
Nearest tube – Elephant & Castle underground station (Northern and Bakerloo lines).
Nearest Railway Station – Elephant & Castle
Buses from Elephant and Castle – ask bus driver for Burgess Park. Bus numbers: 12, 171, 148, 176, 68, 484, 42, 40, 45