Thousands of Bracknell's elderly and most vulnerable residents have received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, but what has their experience been like so far?

The News shined a light on the delivery of the vaccination programme at the Waitrose Covid clinic in Bracknell last week.

It was revealed more than 5,000 residents have been jabbed so far and counting.

But if you're one of the many residents who have got an appointment booked at the clinic, then you may want to know what the experience has been like.

We have highlighted the many positive experiences from families across the borough who have received their vaccine.

Bracknell News:

Joanne shared her experience to other residents across Bracknell.

She said: "Just been with mum to Waitrose vaccination centre. Well done so well organised. Wheelchair on hand for mum. No waiting."

Jayne Naylor said: "It was friendly and efficient this morning, no waiting, reassuring and informative - so very impressed with everyone, each step of the process"

Charity Pilgrim Hearts Trust said: "The organisation is great well done to all helping as well."

Another resident called Audrey thanked the staff at Waitrose for the organisation.

She said: "I would like to say a massive THANK YOU to ALL the staff at the Waitrose vaccination site in Willoughby Road - it was so very well organised and everyone was so friendly and efficient!

" I took both my parents there last night and was so very impressed. Thank you all and WELL DONE."

People also praised the stewards and marshals on site, helping patients from their car to their vaccine booking.

Gloria said "So well organised and the stewards were so helpful and polite."