STUDLEY Village Hall has seen a stream of people coming and going for their Covid-19 vaccinations.
The operation started last week and has since run smoothly with local practice doctors and staff administering the jabs and volunteers doing the marshalling.
The chair of the village hall, Councillor Paul Beaman said: “It is great news for Studley that our village hall has been identified as an ideal venue for the NHS to deliver the Covid 19 vaccination to residents.
“We are extremely grateful to the work of Christine Stewart, our administrator with the support of our caretakers.
Councillor Colin Summers, chair of Studley Parish Council added: “The village hall is a tremendous facility and we are delighted it can be of use to the NHS.
“I would just urge that people wait until they have an appointment and not just come along in the hope of being vaccinated.”