YouMove launches across Oxfordshire to help families get active together
Families with children on benefits related free school meals will be able to access a wide range of low…
Explore Kidlington’s historic past with a wellbeing walk this Easter
Residents and visitors to Kidlington are being invited to lace up their walking boots and follow three new historic trails, plotting a route around the significant landmarks found in the area
Bookings open for half-term activity hubs
The first holiday hubs of 2022 are just weeks away and parents are now invited to book their children’s places for February half-term, Monday 21 to Friday 25 February.
Families given golden opportunity to learn cycling skills from the experts
Families in north Oxfordshire are now able to learn the joys of cycling together, thanks to a new skills programme from British Cycling.
Helping homeworkers with their wellbeing this winter
Homeworkers in north Oxfordshire are being invited to take part in free online workshops this winter, aimed at supporting mental health.
Extra support for Bicester residents to stay well this winter
Bicester residents can now benefit from additional primary care support this winter with video group clinics.
Recovering from lockdowns with Move Together
Residents in north Oxfordshire are being offered personalised support to help them become more physically active.
Paralympic athlete helps kids get active
Children attending council-led school holiday hubs in north Oxfordshire have been treated to training sessions with a Team GB Paralympian.
Female ride leaders inspiring more women to take to two wheels
Women in north Oxfordshire are being helped to get into cycling thanks to the creation of free, female-only bike rides in Cherwell.
Olympic inspired youngsters given opportunity to train with the nation’s best
Young people in Banbury are invited to attend free weekly bike sessions this summer, aimed at improving confidence, keeping active and having fun.
Popular school holiday hubs reopen in time for the summer
Families in north Oxfordshire will once again be able to book children, aged five to eleven years old, onto council run school holiday hubs this summer.
New programme helps Oxfordshire’s vulnerable residents move more
A new county-wide programme will support hundreds of Oxfordshire residents most affected by COVID-19 to move more and protect their health and wellbeing.
Kids gearing up for re-Cycling scheme
Children in north Oxfordshire who don’t currently have a bike may soon be able ride off in style thanks to an innovative second-hand bicycle scheme.
Banbury residents invited to walk this way to wellbeing
Three new walking routes are coming to Banbury as part of the district council’s commitment to improving physical and mental wellbeing in the town.
Leisure centre pass up for grabs by putting your best foot forward
Kidlington residents are into the final stretch of a project to co-design the village’s new walking routes.
Popular school holiday hubs return for children most in need
Primary school pupils entitled to free school meals in North Oxfordshire are offered places at two holiday hubs over Easter.
Don’t let COVID stop you taking control of your diabetes
Residents in Cherwell are being given all the tools to change their lifestyles and help manage their Type 2 Diabetes, even during COVID-19.