Welcome to the noticeboard

The Noticeboard is a general area where authorised users (those are user who have an account with which to log on to the site) can post notices.

If you have a notice to post, please click on the Add content link at the foot of the page, choose Article from the list of content types, enter details of you notice into the Article and, finally, remember to Save the Article. After checking by the Content Manager for our site, your notice will be publised here.

You will need a user account for our site in order to be able to add content. If you do not have an account, please click on the Create new account link at the foot of the page to request a new account.

Plantlife - Wild plant charity

Wild plant charity Plantlife (www.plantlife.org.uk), are hoping to reach out to many wild plant enthusiasts and nature lovers by inviting them to become wild plant 'pioneers' and subscribe to a free quarterly e-learning bulletin to learn more about our native wild plants via the 'Wild About Plants' project website - www.wildaboutplants.org.uk . The May e-bulletin is out now and the August issue being written as we speak! The Wild About Plants team deliver Plantlife’s outreach programme and work to help people reconnect with the outdoors and their local greenspaces.

Chiltern Centre for Disabled Children and Young people

The Chiltern Centre for Disabled Children and Young people, based in Greys Road, Henley on Thames, offers a variety of services to families with a child/young adult with disability or special needs in the South Oxfordshire and Thames Valley area. www.chilterncentre.org.uk Tel: 01491 575575


BREAKAWAY GROUP  - a social group for 18-30 years who have a learning disability that live in South Oxfordshire area .

The group meets up on a monthly basis for a wide variety of activity and entertainment: for instance: bowling, go karting, theatre trips, meals out, pottery painting, overnight breaks.

We always welcome new members. Once registered with us, the family can decide which outings their young person would like to participate in. This is a great way for parents and carers to receive a break whilst their young person benefits from stimulating social activity.

Supporting Community Transport - newsletter

Community transport (CT) is safe, accessible, cost-effective, flexible transport run by the community for the community. It meets the needs of people who cannot access cars, taxis or buses, and provides a lifeline in both rural and urban areas.

Using a one off grant from the Department for Transport, Oxfordshire County Council is supporting the development of sustainable community transport services locally. They have grants available until 2014 to help local people and communities.

The latest May edition of ‘Supporting Community Transport’ project newsletter is now available online. Just go scroll down to the end of their webpage www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/communitytransport to download your copy.