Now is the time to prepare for winter by having a flu vaccination.
That is the message from the NHS, which, for the first time, is offering vaccinations to children aged two or three years.
GPs at the NHS West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group will be writing to all eligible patients inviting them to book a time.
Some practices are also providing walk-in clinics for their eligible, registered patients.
Vaccinations are available for those who are aged 65 years or over; pregnant; living in a residential care home or other long-stay facility; the carer of an elderly or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if you fall ill; frontline health or social care workers.
They are also available for people aged from six months to 65 years who have a heart problem, chest complaint or breathing difficulties, kidney disease, lowered immunity, liver disease, stroke or transient ischaemic attack, diabetes, neurological condition or spleen problems.
Appointment-only clinics will take place at Market Cross Surgery in Mildenhall in the week commencing October 7, including Saturday, and Whitehouse Surgery in Mildenhall will offer morning appointments on October 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29.
In Newmarket, Oakfield Surgery will take appointments from 9am to noon on September 28 and October 5; Orchard House Surgery from 8.30am to 12.30pm on September 28 and October 12, and the Rookery Medical Centre will offer morning and afternoon appointments during the last three weeks of October, including Saturdays.
Wickhambrook Surgery will offer a walk-in clinic on October 12 from 8.30am to 5pm, while Lakenheath Surgery can be contacted directly for details.
For more information, contact your local NHS surgery.