Please see below for some information on the of weekly groups and activities held here at the Centre run by ourselves, partners, and independent groups and organisations. If you would like a little more information on the activities listed below do contact us for further details.
Centre run clubs/activities
Tuesdays 3.15pm-4.30pm , With Katie Collier
for children aged 5-11years - £3 per term
A lively fun class, in which to explore different styles of dance. Contact the Centre to enquire or pick up a
Every 2nd Friday of the month from 12.30-2.00pm
(food served until 1.30pm)
A friendly welcoming café providing an affordable, delicious two-course meal cooked by local people for the community. Some produce is grown locally on our community allotment. Come and join us and get to know more of your neighbours!
Main course -£3.50 (smaller portions for children)
Light option of soup and freshly baked bread - £1.50
Dessert - £1.00
Contact the centre for further information and
see calendar for next event and keep an eye out on the site, emails and our social media pages for menus!
Thursdays 3.15pm-4.30pm, With Helen Edwards
For children aged 5-11 years £3 per term
Parents and carers are welcome to come and join in exploring various materials and ideas including paint, clay, mask-making, sculpture and book-making. Make work to take home or for exhibition. Contact the
Centre to enquire or pick up a registration form.
We have a community allotment on the site north of the footbridge. We aim to involve local people of all ages in growing their own food. Volunteering on the allotment is a great way to get some fresh air and
exercise, make new friends and reduce your shopping bills by learning how to grow your own food.
WE NEED VOLUNTEERS TO HELP RUN THE ALLOTMENT.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED PLEASE CONTACT THE COMMUNITY CENTRE.
Girls and Boys Groups
£1.50 per family
A fun place for all the family after school. With board games, table tennis, various crafts, lego, quizzes and not to mention great homework support,
Young people aged 11-16 years
A club with a Christian focus led by youth workers and volunteers from St Andrew’s Church.
Food is provided and there is often a visiting speaker
Contact 01865 314 860 for further information
Boys Group, 11-16 year olds
Giving boys, 11-18 years, a space to come to have fun and make a difference in the local area.
Sessions run by St Andrew's Church
Girls R Us, school years 5-6,
A safe space for girls to share time and support Provides a safe space for young women to relax and gives them opportunites to grow and flourish in positive ways. We explore things like identity, personal skills, the world around us and encourage the girls in the gifts they have. The environment is relaxed and it is a place where they can try new things.
Sing and Sign
Mondays 9.30pm-1.30pm with Melissa Dryden
Help your baby communicate before speech with the fun of songs, rhymes, props, instruments and of course their very own Jessie Cat! Suitable for 6 months - speaking age.
Contact: 07969 071661
Wolvercote Young People's Club
Stay & Play
Thursdays from 9.45am-12.30pm
Weekly drop in for parents , grandparents or carers with children under 5. Informal stay & play, with
occasional structured activities. Hot lunches also available from 11.45am!
Contact us at the Community Centre for more information.
Strength & Balance Excersise Classes
Part of the Generation Games Programme run by Age UK Oxfordshire, this class is aimed at people with Parkinson’s but also for those who simply want to improve their strength and balance. Chairs are used as a support and a range of equipment is used. As well as promoting good health it's a very supportive class which is sociable and a great way to boost confidence!
Contact: 01235 849403
Wednesdays 6pm-7pm, with Kathy Wren
A Vinyasa style yoga class suitable for beginners and those with experience. Class price £6 per session or £30 for 6 .
For more information or to book, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
you can also visit www.makarafitness.co.uk