Free transport to help you get your Covid-19 vaccination

Book now to get your Covid-19 vaccination and get there with free transport.  

It’s not too late to have any of your Covid-19 vaccines and if you need help getting to one of the many vaccination sessions in the city, a free transport service is available.  

If you can’t travel to your vaccination appointment and need help to get there and back, book ahead: 

Book your free transport

Phone 01444 275 008 from 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm, Monday to Friday. Find out more about how to book

Free parking 

One-hour free parking is available for anyone getting a vaccine at Churchill Square. 

To claim your free hour please use the orange car park on Regency Road East. You will need to take a ticket and then provide proof of your vaccination appointment to the security officer, who will validate your ticket.   

There is also free parking at Brighton Racecourse when you get your vaccine there.    

The Covid-19 vaccine is the best way of protecting you and your family and friends from illness. If you haven’t had any of your Covid-19 vaccines yet, it’s not too late. And if you’ve had your first and second dose it’s important to get your booster as soon as you’re eligible, so you’ve got the best possible protection against Covid-19. You can book online or go to a local walk-in session, wherever suits you best.  

Book online or over the phone   

You can book online or by calling 119 for an appointment at Churchill Square, or some pharmacies in the city.    

Visit a walk-in session that suits you 

There are walk-in sessions available every day across the city for anyone aged 16 or over. There’s no need to book, just turn up.  

  • Every day: 8.30am–7.30pm: Churchill Square vaccination centre, Russell Place, BN1 2RG (entrance opposite Marks and Spencer on Western Road).  

  • Thursday 10 March: 10.30am–2.30pm Outside Hove Polyclinic, Nevill Avenue, Hove, BN3 7HY 

  • Friday 11 March: 10.30am–2.30pm BMECP Centre, 10a Fleet Street, Brighton, BN1 4ZE 

  • Friday 11 March: 10.30am–2.30pm St Peter’s Church, York Place, Brighton, BN1 4GU 

  • Saturday 12 March: 12noon–5pm, The Bevy, 50 Hillside, Moulsecoomb, Brighton, BN2 4TF 

  • Saturday 12 March: 11.30am–1.30pm, The Rainbow Hub, Ledward Centre, Jubilee Square, Brighton, BN1 1UU 

  • Sunday 13 March: 10.30am–2.30pm Waitrose car park 130-134 Western Road (entrance to car park on Hampton Place), Brighton, BN1 2LA 

  • Monday 14 March: 10.30am–2.30pm, Terence Higgins Trust, 61 Ship Street, Brighton, BN1 1AE 

Please check the Sussex Health & Care Partnership website for the latest list of times and dates as well as for more information about Covid vaccines.  

If you’re not sure about getting the vaccine or if you have questions, you can go along to a vaccination session and speak to someone about it. There'll be no pressure to have the vaccine on the day, but you can find out more. 

Vaccinations for 12-15 year olds 

If your child hasn’t had all their Covid vaccines yet through school, then you can get them at Churchill Square. 

There are hundreds of appointments available this week. A parent or carer must attend with the young person, and consent can be given on the day. 

  • Book an appointment online or by calling 119 

  • Walk-in, no appointment needed 

For more information on vaccinations for 12-to-15 year olds, go to the Sussex Health and Care Partnership website. 

More information   

If you have any questions about the Sussex COVID-19 vaccination programme:   

  • call the Sussex vaccine enquiry phone line: 0800 433 4545 (open 9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday).   

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