During pregnancy, you will be offered vaccination (immunisation) against whooping cough (pertussis), which reduces the risk of your newborn baby getting whooping cough before he or she gets the first baby vaccination at two months. More information.

Depending on the time of year (between around October to March), you will also be offered vaccination against flu (influenza). If you get flu during pregnancy, you are at higher risk of dangerous complications than someone who is not pregnant. The flu vaccination offers protection for your baby as well. You can get a free flu jab from your GP and from many local pharmacies.
More information on flu vaccination in pregnancy.

Information on vaccinations for babies can be found here

http://www.healthandcarevideos.com/library/right-vaccinations-pregnancy/

http://www.healthandcarevideos.com/library/routine-blood-tests-in-pregnancy-2/