Bicester Good Neighbour Scheme
Get more information about this free scheme to help those that may be isolated and need some company. If you know someone that may benefit from this scheme, do contact them. It is free.
Also, why not give an hour a week of your time to become a "good neighbour" and spend some time with someone who needs it.
Bicester Hash House Harriers
The Bicester Hash House Harriers, or Hashers as they're known, class themselves as drinkers with a running problem. Each week a run (or walk if you don't fancy running) is organised. Starts and ends at a pub somewhere in the area.
Fix My Street
Use this page to report problems in the village such as damaged kerbstones, faulty streetlights, overgrown vegetation and a host of other issues that the council must deal with
JobCentre Near Me
Find your local JobCentre Plus including address information, opening times, and contact details. JobCentre Near Me makes it easy to find your nearest JobCentre Plus offices and information about benefits, support, and universal job match.
Their email address is: email@example.com
Merton Oil Buying Group
Do you use oil for your heating? Use the above buying group to lower the buying cost of your oil.
Oxfordshire Fix My Street
You can report problems directly to the appropriate authority in Oxfordshire by reporting issues here
See us on Oxfordshirevillages.co.uk. A site listings every village in Oxfordshire.
Scores on the Doors
Find out the hygiene rating for anywhere in the country. Download the app if you want it on the move.
Tandem Befriending is pleased to announce the launch of its service in Bicester. Already established in Oxford the project offers one to one befriending for people in Bicester and the surrounding villages who are over the age of 18 and who have suffered from a period of mental ill health. Whether they want someone to go for walks with them, have coffee or to help them attend an evening course, we aim to match them with a volunteer with similar interests to help improve rebuild their life.
Volunteers come from all walks of life, and we are keen to hear from anyone over the age of 18 who is willing to volunteer for an hour per week, for a minimum of 6 months. Volunteers need no previous experience and are offered training, ongoing support and supervision from the Development Worker, and expenses. All volunteers are asked to undertake a DBS check (previously a CRB check) and to attend our two day training course.
We would be delighted to hear from anyone who might wish to be befriended or who might like to volunteer with us. For more information please contact Lisa Ward (Development Worker) on 07720 871923 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Registered charity number: 1078112