Irish World Heritage pop-up vaccination clinic for children aged 5 to 17 at clinical risk

Children aged 5 -17 who are at serious risk from the complications of COVID-19 and their family are now able to have their covid vaccination. It’s really important that children who are at risk from COVID -19 have their vaccination to keep themselves safe.

Children at serious risk from the complications of COVID-19 include those:

• with severe neurodisabilities

• those whose immune systems don’t work as well

• who have profound and multiple or severe learning disabilities

• on the learning disability register

• who live with Down’s syndrome

• with long term serious conditions affecting their body.

The Irish World Heritage Centre, 1 Irish Town Way, Cheetham Hill, Manchester M8 0AE are running a vaccination clinic supported by Royal Manchester Children’s hospital for clinically at risk children that you can go to.

The clinic is on:

Friday 8 April from 10am – 3pm

Health play specialists will be available to support patients with learning disabilities

You can book an appointment at this special session by calling the Gateway on 0800 092 4020 or 0161 947 0770.

The Gateway can organise free transport if you need help getting to your appointment.

If you have any questions about the vaccination or any other worries or concerns about COVID-19 you can call the Manchester COVID-19 helpline on 0800 840 3858 or text 07890 036 892. Advice will be from the nursing team and a translation service is also available.

Covid-19 vaccination journey at the Irish World Heritage Centre

Irish World Heritage Centre entrance 


A lift is available, as well as stairs, up to the clinic


Check in desk


Vaccination hall


Inside a vaccination pod


The observation area where you will sit after having your vaccine




Irish World Heritage Centre COVID-19 Vaccination Walk Through Video