Coronavirus vaccinations in Ramsbottom will soon be offered at a venue close to the previous clinic in the civic hall.

The hall is to revert to being a community venue so the clinic will move into nearby Ramsbottom Library on Carr Street, on the first floor.

The final clinic at the civic hall took place on Saturday and there will be a break while the service moves into the library, where the first clinic is scheduled to run on Saturday, June 11.

Clinical director at the Ramsbottom Clinic, Fin McCaul, said: “The clinic has been running since January 2021 and has delivered more than 90,000 Covid-19 vaccinations – plus 10,000 flu jabs.

“Ramsbottom Library offers a nearby and accessible venue for local people to get their Covid-19 jabs when they are due one.

"For safety reasons, please remember to wear a face covering (unless medically exempt) while visiting the vaccination service within the library building.”

Vaccinations are still available at venues across the borough – including at the Elizabethan Suite in Bury, Radcliffe United Reformed Church, Prestwich Walk-in Centre and in Ramsbottom.

The sites offer first and second doses, boosters and second boosters to whoever is eligible, when they are due.

With bookable and walk-in appointments available, for details of the latest vax clinic dates and times, click here.

Vaccinations are also available at Barash Pharmacy on Bury New Road in Whitefield along with other venues that can be found on the National Booking Service