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Scouting has been active in Eynsham since 1918 and is still going strong. More leaders and supporters always welcome!
Support group for adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and parents of children with ADHD
Makes money grants to people under 25 living in the parish of Eynsham
The PTA welcomes all who have the interest of the school at heart.
Housing association based in West Oxfordshire with over 230 properties in Eynsham.
Makes grants to help local people who are in need, hardship or distress.
This club is open to any member of the community aged over 60 who enjoys plenty of fun and good company. No doctors' referral is needed.
Practical support for anyone in need within the village and transport for those unable to reach health care appointments
We have a network of neighbourhood support groups to offer help and assistance to the vulnerable during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Gifts, bequests and fund-raising efforts are always welcome.
We aim to advance awareness of the history of Eynsham by establishing and operating a museum
An independent not-for-profit project, supporting local charities, clubs and societies, businesses and public services
Fund-raising, support and social links between parents and friends and staff.
This is a pop-up event where people who like fixing things meet people with things to fix!
Volunteer led minibus service connecting Long Hanbourough, Eynsham and Standlake and all villages between.
Working to empower disabled, marginalized and disadvantaged children and young people through the arts
Helps preservation, repair, maintenance, improvement, upkeep, beautification and restoration of the parish church
Can you spare food, money or time to support this shelter for the homeless in Oxford?
Health Exercise Nutrition for the Really Young
Cycle ride from Land's End to John O'Groats by Roger and Sophia Badger to raise awareness and funds for Prostate Cancer UK
At MIA we work with children & communities to provide food, education & shelter, to lessen suffering & see people live happy, healthier, safer lives.
A small, not-for-profit gang of well-intentioned hellraisers, bringing good cheer - and a little trouble - to the village of Eynsham
Why not look in and join us? We meet as a lunch club to chat and explore how we can help one another. Ex-carers who can pass on their experience are welcome too.
Three days of company and activities usually in August.
We want to extend our welcoming community to refugees and asylum seekers who might come to our area. The new challenge is those from Ukraine
Working with the community - for the community. If you have community spirit - come and join us!
Support for ex-service personnel and their families - anyone is welcome to join.
We meet approximately 3 times a year to pray for Bartholomew school and the Eynsham Partnership Academy primary schools