Local Support


Supported by a network of volunteers, Reengage organise monthly Sunday afternoon tea parties for small groups of older people aged 75 and over, who live alone, offering a regular and vital friendship link every month. They also offer a free telephone call service every week to two to those people who feel lonely and isolated. 

Visit the Reengage website

Age UK Oxfordshire

A local charity working with and for all older people in Oxford.  The services enable older people to maintain their independence, stay connected to their communities and enjoy quality of life.

Visit the Age UK website


Low cost nail cutting and footcare for people over 50 years.

Visit Age UK - Footcare

Generation Games

Advice and information about staying fit, physical and healthy when over 50. Provided by Age UK Oxfordshire.

Visit Age UK - Physical activity: Strength and Balance

Blue Badge Parking Permits

A Blue Badge Parking Permit helps you to park closer to your destination when travelling as either a driver or a passenger.

Apply for a Blue Badge

Coffee & Crafts

Learn new crafts and get to know new people at St Marys Church, Bayswater Road. Call 01865 604263 for more information.

National Support

Dementia UK

Dementia UK offers specialist one-to-one support and expert advice for people living with dementia.

Visit the Dementia UK website

Age UK

Age UK is the country’s largest charity dedicated to helping everyone make the most of later life. Age UK believe in a world where everyone can love later life and we work every day to achieve this.

Visit the Age UK website

The Silver Line

The Silver Line is the only free confidential helpline providing information, friendship and advice to older people, open 24 hours a day, every day of the year

Visit the The Silver Line website

Cinnamon Trust

Cinnamon Trust is the only specialist national charity which seeks to relieve the anxieties, problems, and sometimes injustices, faced by elderly and terminally ill people and their pets, thereby saving a great deal of human sadness and animal suffering.

Visit the Cinnamon Trust website