Well, rather belatedly as I was beginning to think I'd been forgotten about, given that I'm in group 5, I finally got my vaccine last Saturday, the AstraZeneca one. It was the doctors from my and the other local surgeries doing all the vaccines, and I didn't even feel the jab, which surprised me.
I fell asleep on the sofa later in the day, and was so tired in the evening that I went to bed early, and slept a further 11 hours. Woke up the next morning with a whopping headache, and my left leg was weak and wobbly and would nearly gave way under me. For fear of falling over due to my leg, I used 2 sticks to walk about the house, and had to keep my leg straight whilst not bending it at all, when I normally only use a stick when out and very rarely when at home. Luckily, the leg problem improved a lot within a few hours. A couple of hours after I got up, I suddenly felt hot and sweaty and found I had a temperature. Oddly, and again luckily, that only lasted 2 hours, and my temperature returned to normal. The headache (migraine?) lasted all day. I slept for 2 hrs in the early afternoon, and again fell asleep later on the sofa for 3 hours, as I simply couldn't keep my eyes open, and again went to bed early. The day after, I was almost back to my normal, I just still felt a bit on the sleepy side.
And no sore arm either, or rather, just the very occasional tiny flicker of a momentary ache that was barely noticeable.
All in all, I'd say I had pretty mild side effects, mostly the enormous sleepiness and the headache, for which I'm so grateful given what I've seen others have gone through.