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Community

Claydon Beetle Drive

Organiser: Diocesan

The Beetle Drive is organised by Rev. Pat Freeth and is held in the Claydon Church room on the first Wednesday of each month, 2.30 - 4 pm. A hilarious and pacey dice game where the objective is to draw beetles as quickly as possible (dice, paper and pencil are provided) A welcome cup of tea and biscuits prior to the afternoon finishing with a raffle.

Date Monthly - 1st Week of Month (Wednesdays), 2.30pm - 4pm

Venue Claydon Church Rooms, Claydon, OX17

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Phone Diana Lambert 01295 690542


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Cleeve-by-Goring WI

Organiser: Womens Institute

The WI plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to build new skills, to take part in a wide variety of activities and to campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.

Date Monthly - 2nd Week of Month (Wednesdays), 8pm

Venue Storton Lodge, Goring, RG8 0DH

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Phone 01869 331082
Email ofwi@btconnect.com


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Clifton Hampden & Burcot WI

Organiser: Womens Institute

The WI plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to build new skills, to take part in a wide variety of activities and to campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.

Date Monthly - 3rd Week of Month (Thursdays), 7.30pm

Venue Clifton Hampden Village Hall, Cliften Hampden, OX14 3EG

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Phone 01869 331082
Email ofwi@btconnect.com


CommunityHobbies

Coffee & Crosswords

Organiser: Barns Cafe

Crosswords, scrabble games, refreshments and cake with a lovely bunch of over 60s. All welcome.

Date Every other Week (Tuesdays), 2.30pm - 3.30pm

Venue Barns Cafe, Northcourt Road, Abingdon, OX14 1PL

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Phone Sarah 01235 534 465


Community

Coffee after Church

Organiser: Diocesan

Join us for coffee and tea after the Sunday service

Date Weekly (Sundays), After the 10am service

Venue St Marys Church, Iffley, Iffley, OX4 4EJ

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Community

Coffee Morning

Organiser: Diocesan

Drop in for a cuppa

Date Weekly (Thursdays), 10.30am

Venue Wallingford Methodist Church, St Leonards Square, Wallingford, OX10 0AR

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Community

Coffee Morning

Organiser: Diocesan

Come and join us for tea and coffee.

Date Weekly (Mondays, Fridays, Saturdays), 10am - 12pm

Venue St Mary Le More Church, Market Place, Wallingford, Wallingford, OX10 0AA

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Community

Coffee Morning - Fulbrook

Organiser: Diocesan

Get together monthly, all locals welcomed.

Date Monthly - 4th Week Month (Thursdays), 10.30am - 12pm

Venue Fulbrook Meeting Place, Fulbrook, Fulbrook,

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Phone Jo Robinson 01993 822 747
Email m.robinson908@btinternet.com


Community

Coffee Morning Horspath

Organiser: Community

Join us for tea or coffee and cake.

Date Weekly (Fridays), 10.30am - 12pm

Venue Horspath Hub, The Old Chapel, The Green, Horspath, Horspath, OX33 1RP

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Phone Ann 01865 872173
Email Community.hub@horspath.org.uk


Community

Coffee Morning Shipton

Organiser: Diocesan

Monthly meet up with residents and members of the local community.Coffee and biscuits, conversation, warm welcoming atmosphere.

Date Monthly - 3rd Week of Month (Tuesdays), 11am

Venue The Old Prebendal House, Station Road, Shipton under Wychwood, Chipping Norton, Shipton Under Wychwood, OX7 6BQ

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Phone Kate Stacey 01993 832 514
Email kate@wychwoodbenefice.org.uk


Community

Coffee Morning

Organiser: Community

All welcome

Date Weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays), Monday 10am - 12pm, Wednesday 10.30am - 12pm, Friday 10am - 12pm

Venue Mill Stream Day Centre, Mill Stream, Benson, OX10 6RL

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Phone Dave Perry 01491 834 889


CommunityWellbeing

Coffee Pot

Organiser: Community

Social group for people that have been bereaved but we welcome everyone. We meet on various Mondays.

Date Monthly (Mondays), 10.30am - 12pm

Venue St Nicholas Church, Elsfield Road, Old Marston, OX3 0PR

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Phone Eileen Palayiwa 01865 725423
Email eileen.palayiwa@yahoo.com


Education & Learning

Combe Mill society

Organiser: Combe Mill Society

Combe Mill is a Victorian steam- and water-powered sawmill now operating as a working museum. April to September

Date Daily , 10.30am-4.30pm

Venue Combe Mill society Blenheim Palace sawmills, Long Hanborough, Long Hanborough, OX29 8ET

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Phone 01993 358694
Email secretary@combemill.org


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Combe WI

Organiser: Womens Institute

The WI plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to build new skills, to take part in a wide variety of activities and to campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.

Date Monthly - 2nd Week of Month (Mondays), 7.30pm

Venue Reading Room, The Green, Combe, OX29 8NT

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Phone 01869 331082
Email ofwi@btconnect.com


Faith Group

Communion Service

Organiser: Diocesan

Mostly residents attend but members of the local community also welcome.

Date Monthly - 1st Week of Month (Tuesdays), 11am

Venue The Old Prebendal House, Station Road, Shipton under Wychwood, Chipping Norton, Shipton Under Wychwood, OX7 6BQ

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Phone Kate Stacey 01993 832 514
Email kate@wychwoodbenefice.org.uk


Support Agency

Community of St Mary the Virgin: providing care after illness

Organiser: Sanctuary Home Care

Females only The team at the Community of St Mary the Virgin convent provides warm and friendly care during convalescence that can help as much, or as little, as you like Facilities include a shared bathroom and neutrally-decorated rooms with carpets, sink and a television. The sisters are also resident at the convent Whilst you are staying, all meals are provided, along with a laundry service. The team can also help you take part in activities with your family and friends and be there as a friend to talk to When youre back at home:, Once you are settled back at home following your stay at the Community of St Mary the Virgin convent, Sanctuary Home care will produce a flexible and personalised care plan This will take into account your needs at the time and how we can alleviate any worries and make life simpler as you recover. If your care requirements change, well be on hand to adapt the service to suit Services that you can benefit from whilst recovering in the comfort of your own home include personal care and hygiene and enablement support As we are part of a not-for-profit organisation, you can be sure that the bespoke service you receive is based on quality and not profit. Our team members are all Disclosure Barring Service checked, highly trained and have the experience and dedication to provide the best standards of care to you. We do our upmost to ensure that you and your home are treated with dignity and respect.

Date Daily

Venue St Marys Convent, Challow Road, Wantage, Wantage, OX12 9DJ

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Phone 01235 774 077
Email care@sancturary-housing.co.uk


Transport

Community Transport Services

Community transport is safe, accessible, cost-effective, flexible transport Community for the community Community transport shows what can be done when people take responsibility for solving their own problems. It mobilises and engages local communities, as it is provided by charities and voluntary organisations (which are often very small and local), and harnesses the experience and energy of volunteers who give freely of their time to help others Community transport is about freedom and fairness of opportunity. It meets the needs of people who do not have access to cars, taxis or buses, and provides a lifeline in both rural and urban areas. It takes disabled people to work, children to school, sick people to healthcare and older people to the shops. It runs local bus routes and provides transport for a wide range of clubs, voluntary bodies and care homes. http://www.ctonline.org.uk/

Date Daily

Venue OX1

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Info & Advice

Community Voice

Organiser: Community Voice

Information regarding installation of key alarm systems

Date Daily

Venue Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire, OX1

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Phone 01706 836201


Transport

Concessionary Bus Pass

Organiser: Oxfordshire County Council

For up to date information on eligibility please visit: http://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/older-persons-bus-pass

Date Daily

Venue Oxford, Oxford, OX1

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Phone 0345 050 7666


CommunityEducation & Learning

Faringdon U3A The University of the Third Age

Organiser: U3A

Faringdon U3A has been in existence for 10 years and currently has over 400 members. We think we offer something for all who are eligible to join us - anyone not in full time employment. We have a total of 50 interest groups, ranging from Astronomy to Art History, Bridge to Spanish and Family History to Opera. We also have monthly meetings in the Corn Exchange, Faringdon which offer the opportunity to hear fascinating talks as well as the chance to mix with other members.

Date Monthly - 2nd Week of Month (Thursdays), 2.30pm

Venue Corn Exchange, Faringdon, Faringdon, SN7 7JA

Update Details

Phone Liz 01367 242626
Email faringdonu3asecretary@gmail.com

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