3 Social & Support Groups in Oxford

Getting out and about is a great idea to meet new people and take part in some interesting new activities. Oxford has a wealth of these, check out a few we know about below!

Having an activity to head to is a great way to keep connected, keep your mind sharp with a new hobby or interest or even just spending some time with new people. Some of these events or activities also offer information and signposting which is really important when it comes to the important business and organisations that you may want to reach in Oxford.

  1. TeaBooks Book Group

Run by Age UK this Social Group runs similarly to a reading club. The group shares thoughts on books and reads new ones as and when. A fairly new initiative to Oxford Age UK Tea Books is a social book group for the over 60s. The group’s aim is to  help older people to share a love of books and reading while making new friends. Each group is run by a volunteer group leader, who liaises with the local library in Oxford to borrow the books, so there is no need for group members to buy them. The groups meet once a month, and there is a small charge of £1 per meeting. So what a great opportunity to meet up and share a cup of tea and a book.

There are a few Tea-Books Groups happening throughout Oxford refer to our WOW Guide for the one closest to you!

  1. Flower Club

On the 4th Friday of the month Florence Park Community Centre hosts a fantastic Flower Club! Giving you the opportunity to reignite your green thumbed passion and delve into a horticultural Hobby in a great location in Oxford. To find out more about the Flow Club hosted in Oxford’s Florence Park Community Centre dive in to our WOW Guide for all the latest up to date information about all of the best activities going in and around Oxford.

  1. Cumnor Memories Café

This fantastic fortnightly memory café invites people who may feel lonely to meet new friendly people in an open and supportive environment. They provide a wealth of refreshments and activities to get stuck in to alongside support and encouragement from the volunteers and other visitors to the Café. Adding to Oxford’s wealth of activities for the older generation we highly recommend checking out the Cumnor Memories café!

There’s plenty of events and activities in Oxford when it comes to Social & Support groups. We highly recommend checking out our WOW Guide full details on these events with regards to up to date timings and locations. If you want a new activity, hobby or social & Support Group to attend Oxford is blessed with a wealth of these at your disposal, so be sure to seek them out!

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