Statement from NHS Buckinghamshire CCG
Letters from the NHS begun arriving this weekend as the national vaccination programme “rapidly accelerates”. These letters have been sent to people aged 80 or over who live 30 to 45 minutes’ drive from one of the seven new sites, including residents who live in Buckinghamshire. The sites closest to Buckinghamshire are:
Epsom racecourse in Surrey (South East)
Excel Centre in London (London)
Robertson House in Stevenage (East of England)
The letter explains how they can book a slot – over the phone or online through the national booking service.
Whilst residents who have received the letter can choose to book through the national booking system if they do not want to use the local system, we want to absolutely reassure them that it is our intention that all patients over the age of 80 will be offered a vaccination appointment locally through their GP Practice by the end of January.
All local Buckinghamshire local sites will be operating by 25 January with two additional sites going live next week in Aylesbury and High Wycombe and further sites to follow later in the month. We are also finalising the plans for the two mass vaccination sites in the county.
View our Upcoming Meetings
The Agenda for the next meeting of the Parish Council is now available here
The Parish Council Meeting will be on Zoom with the link to the meeting below
Topic: Chartridge Parish Council Meeting Time: Jan 27, 2021 08:00 PM London
If you are unable to join online and have questions to raise with the Council, we also invite residents to contact the Parish Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org
Future Meeting Dates (All meetings start at 8pm)
4 November 2020
16 December 2020
27 January 2021
17 March 2021
Chartridge Parish Council was formed in 1899. Before this Chartridge, Asheridge and Bellingdon were part of Chesham parish. We have seen no fewer than 30 Chairs since 1899, the most recently appointed being Juliet Davies, Chair since 2016. Today the population within the parish is close to 2000.