We offer a range of private vaccinations, some of which are available on the NHS, but should you wish to choose the private route then please see below for more information.


Shingles is an infection that causes a painful rash. Get advice from 111 as soon as possible if you think you have it. To help protect you against shingles, caused by the reactivation of the varicella-zoster virus, we offer a private vaccination that is given in the upper arm and requires two separate doses.

The vaccination isn’t suitable for anyone who:

  • Is under the age of 50
  • Is pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Has an active shingles or chickenpox infection
  • Has already had a full course of shingles vaccination (NHS or privately)

This isn’t a complete list and suitability will be checked before the vaccination is given by our healthcare professionals.

If you are aged 70 years and over, you qualify for a free NHS shingles vaccination with your GP. We do not currently offer the NHS vaccination at The Bank of Wellbeing.

Price per dose: £225.00
Full course of two doses: £450.00


The pneumonia vaccination helps protect against pneumococcal infections which are caused by the bacterium Streptococcus Pneumoniae. It works by making your body produce antibodies that fight pneumococcal bacteria. A pneumococcal infection can affect anybody and can lead to a range of serious illnesses including pneumonia, septicaemia, and meningitis.

Although more prevalent in winter months, pneumococcal infections can strike people of any age, at any time of the year.

The Pneumococcal vaccination is not always available to patients via the NHS or those eligible might not have time to see their GP, so a convenient private service might be of benefit. There are three types of Pneumonia vaccination available at The Bank of Wellbeing. Our Pharmacist will recommend which is best for you based on your age, health background and preference.

  • Pneumococcal polysaccharide conjugate vaccine – £100.00
  • Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine (PCV) – £70.00
  • Pneumococcal Polysaccharide (PPV)– £30.00

For more information, please get in touch.

Chicken Pox

Chickenpox vaccination is not routinely available on the NHS, but it’s recommended for adults and children in regular or close contact with someone who:

  • has a weakened immune system
  • is at risk of serious illness if they catch chickenpox

Vaccination protects the person at risk of catching chickenpox through close contact.

Price per dose: £75.00

MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella)

The MMR vaccine gives protection against three serious diseases: measles, mumps, and rubella. The aim of the MMR vaccination programme is to provide up to two doses of MMR vaccine at appropriate intervals for all eligible individuals.

The vaccine should not be given to:

  • those who are immunosuppressed
  • pregnant people, as a precaution.

Price per dose: £45.00


The HPV vaccine helps protect against human papillomavirus (HPV). It’s recommended for children aged 12 to 13 years old and people at higher risk from HPV.

The HPV vaccine is given as an injection into your arm. The number of doses you need depends on your age and how well your immune system works:

  • people under 25 usually only need 1 dose
  • people aged 25 to 45 usually need 2 doses (given between 6 months and 2 years apart)
  • people with a weakened immune system need 3 doses (ideally given within a 12 month period)

Price per dose: £182.00

Seasonal Flu

Protecting yourself against this year’s strain of flu is a good idea. We provide the seasonal flu vaccine in Penkridge and our team at The Bank of Wellbeing is here to help you during the months of September through to March. We give flu jabs to people aged 18 years and older who are eligible to receive the jab for free. It is also available as a private service.

The Free Flu Vaccine Is Available For Those Who:

  • Have certain health conditions (more information can be found here)
  • Are pregnant
  • Are in long-stay residential care
  • Receive a carer’s allowance, or are the main carer for an older or disabled person who may be at risk if you get sick
  • Live with someone who is more likely to get infections (such as someone who has HIV, has had a transplant or is having certain treatments for cancer, lupus or rheumatoid arthritis)
  • Frontline health or social care workers
  • Aged 65 years and over

Who Shouldn’t Have The Jab?

Most people can have a flu vaccine. However, there are a couple of exceptions:

  • If you are currently unwell with a fever, you should delay getting the flu jab.
  • If you have an egg allergy, speak to your GP or pharmacist before getting the jab.
  • If you would like to speak to our pharmacy team about eligibility please contact us today.

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