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This club and the people who run it are committed to opportunities based on equality, irrespective of race, colour, creed, class, unrelated criminal convictions, ethnic or natural origins, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, disability or age.
Risk assessments will be completed for different situations to determine the mix of young adults that the group is able support.
This group is run with financial support from Oxfordshire County Council to support young adults with learning disabilities and support carers by giving them a short break from their caring role.
A social Group for
18-30 year olds
in South Oxfordshire
Please call Pamela on
if you think you’d like to join us!
We are a fresh new group of 18-30 year olds who have a learning disability. We like meeting up with others in a group situation and enjoy being sociable!
We meet up
Generally every fortnight on an evening
Various locations across the S. Oxon area
During school term times.
We also meet up once a monthto do fun outings. Here’s an idea of some of the things we might do:
Eating out Rock Climbing
Theme Parks Circus
Charity work Go Karting
We will invite our parents/carers to join us for at least one outing a year so we can have fun together.
We also encourage carers/family to meet up with each other once every 6 months.
It may be possible that a smaller group of young people might get the chance of an overnight stay at some point!
Would you like to join us?
If you are aged 18-30, have a learning disability and live in South Oxfordshire we would welcome you.
There will be staff and volunteers, at a ratio of 3:1. If you need more help than this, then you will need to bring a carer or support worker with you.
You will need to pay for yourself on the meetings when we will do things like bowling, meeting at a café, going to a pub, or visiting a sports centre for example.
You will be required to pay for your tickets/cost of the monthly outings. If you would find this difficult then you can talk to us in confidence. You would need to be able to organise transport to an agreed meeting point, which wouldn’t be further than 15 miles from your home.
If you would like to come and meet with us, please call Pamela on 01491 575575 to chat about it further and share information.