STOURBRIDGE National Spiritualist Church has been confirmed as a local hub for coronavirus vaccinations.

Dudley CCG bosses say the first jabs were administered last week at the church in Union Street which is the vaccination hub for the Stourbridge, Wollescsote and Lye Primary Care Network.

Vaccines for patients at Lion Health, the biggest GP surgery in the borough, are among those being offered at the church.

Bosses at Lion Health, which has around 30,000 patients on its books, said on Facebook today that the surgery had begun delivery of Covid-19 vaccinations and that they would be offered to those over 80 first.

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A spokesman for the super sized surgery, based off Lowndes Road, said vaccines were being issued in small batches and added: "We will contact all of our patients in due course."

Patients do not need to contact the surgery.

In the Dudley borough, the Covid-19 vaccine is currently being given to GP patients at the following Primary Care Network run sites:

Stourbridge National Spiritualist Church (Stourbridge, Wollescote and Lye PCN)

Kingswinford Community Centre (Kingswinford and Wordsley PCN)

Brierley Hill Methodist Church (Brierley Hill and Amblecote PCN)

Revival Fires in Dudley (Dudley and Netherton PCN)

Northway Medical Centre in Sedgley (Sedgley, Coseley, Gornal PCN)

Feldon Lane Medical Practice in Halesowen (Halesowen PCN)

The full list of sites can be found here and a spokesman for Dudley CCG said: "We will update regularly as new sites go live."

Dudley Group of Hospitals NHS Trust and Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS Trust have also begun administering the vaccine for patients aged 80-plus, care home staff and priority healthcare staff.

Have you had your vaccine yet? Let us know where you received it and how you feel to have been among the first to be called up in Stourbridge.