Active Oxfordshire: Physical Activity Data – What is available and ways to use it

Active Oxfordshire is delighted to announce the latest in our webinar series: ‘Physical Activity Data: What is available and ways to use it’ NB: This is a change in title and content from the previously advertised webinar on this date. The webinar will take place from 2.00pm - 3.00pm on Friday 26th April. We will … Continue reading Active Oxfordshire: Physical Activity Data – What is available and ways to use it

Keep Britain Tidy – seeking Litter Heroes Ambassadors in local communities

Keep Britain Tidy is seeking new #LitterHeroes Ambassadors to join our volunteer programme and we need your help! During your work you may meet members of the public who want to volunteer and have a real passion for community engagement and keeping public spaces clean. We’d love you to encourage them to apply to join … Continue reading Keep Britain Tidy – seeking Litter Heroes Ambassadors in local communities

National Citizens Scheme – social action projects needed for young people this summer

National Citizen Service (NCS) in Oxfordshire is currently looking for fundraising, campaigning and volunteering projects for hundreds of teenagers across the county from July 15th- 23rd August. NCS is the government’s largest youth & community programme, enabling young people aged 15 - 17 to gain skills in; leadership, communication, teamwork & independence. Since NCS started … Continue reading National Citizens Scheme – social action projects needed for young people this summer

School Readiness Strategy – consultation open, please give your comments

School Readiness Strategy in Oxfordshire - Helping children to become confident, self-motivated and courageous lifelong learners. We would like a broad range of practitioners to contribute to this important debate and to a strategy which outlines Oxfordshire’s approach to ensuring children are ready for school and lifelong learning. We would like you to tell us … Continue reading School Readiness Strategy – consultation open, please give your comments

BBC Radio Oxford – ‘Shout Out Oxfordshire’, your chance to make a community appeal

BBC Radio Oxford is looking for local people who might like to make a community appeal to our listeners through our feature called ‘Shout Out Oxfordshire’. So far we have given over 20 community groups, clubs, charities, etc. the chance to make a 45 second appeal to our listeners, free of charge, which was repeated … Continue reading BBC Radio Oxford – ‘Shout Out Oxfordshire’, your chance to make a community appeal

Goring and Streatley – “Accessible by Train” to disabled visitors

MIGGS, the Mobility Issues Group for Goring and Streatley wants more mobility impaired people to enjoy the countryside of the Goring Gap, taking advantage of its accessible paths and visitor facilities and accessibility improvements recently introduced at Goring and Streatley railway station. The group, which in 2014 made a successful case for the installation of … Continue reading Goring and Streatley – “Accessible by Train” to disabled visitors

Kennington Strollers – short walks information

 Kennington Strollers walking group - in their sixth year! We would like to tell you about the short gentle walks which Kennington Strollers do on the first and third Thursday of the month between June and September. These short walks are aimed at people who manage long term health conditions, have mobility problems or are … Continue reading Kennington Strollers – short walks information

OPA Rose Hill Play Rangers   February Half Term 2018

Our BBC Children In Need funded Play Rangers will be back in Rose Hill during February Half Term Sessions will take place from 11am until 3pm on Tuesday 13th, Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th February on Rose Hill Recreation Ground behind Rose Hill Community Centre Sessions and Activities are FREE  See you there! enquiries@oxonplay.org.uk