College Student Donates Bench to Sensory Rehabilitation Garden Today, Alex Clark, 17, College Student, kindly donated a wooden bench to Headway Oxfordshire. Alex designed and created the bench as part of his carpentry course. The project took him a total of six months to complete. The bench is Japanese themed and has several quirky features,
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Official Statement: COVID-19 Please ensure you are following the most up-to-date official advice. Read more. Services The team at Headway Oxfordshire fully appreciate how difficult a time this is for those we support and we will continue to do all that we are able to meet their needs with the resources available to us. As
It’s that time of year again! ❄️⛄❄️⛄❄️⛄ Advent calendar are officially out and the countdown to Christmas begins! Light some candles, grab a mince pie and get yourself cosy to read this Winter’s Newsletter. Included: Flashback to what’s been going on in the Activity and Rehabilitation Centre (ARC), events, creative work from Headway Oxfordshire service
It’s that time of year again! Headway Oxfordshire’s Christmas Cards are now available to buy. The Christmas Cards have been designed by our talented service users. All proceeds will go towards supporting people who have been affected by brain injury. There are two packs of 6. Each pack contains different designs. Price is just £6 per pack or £10 for 2:
POSTPONED BOOK NOW Fresh trails and thick mud awaits with a mix of new and classic obstacles to test/thrill you. Spring Wolf kicks off the season and it’s the perfect event to train for after the winter break. We have created the ultimate 10km route over the 1000-acre site which boasts some great natural features
We are thrilled to announce a new official partnership with Brookes Sport. Our aim of the partnership is to work alongside Brookes Sport to raise awareness of concussion within sport. Concussion in sport has been hot in the headlines recently, with incidents in cricket and football highlighting the issue around the understanding of the risks
Headway Oxfordshire, were announced winners on Thursday 24th October at the Against Breast Cancer Achievement Awards. The awards, which recognise individuals and groups who play key roles within their communities, took place at the Hilton Hotel in Reading. Over 150 attendees dressed in dazzling black tie attire to enjoy the evening. On winning the award, Sharelle
WINTER Dry leaves that have fallen, Look like cornflakes under my feet, Can I put sugar on them, That would be sweet. Bare trees, Is it – 3 degrees? Christmas is on its way! Everyone shout weh hay! A good time, A family time, A time to decorate, A time to celebrate.
Saturday 16th May REGISTER NOW TAKE TO THE SKIES WITH HEADWAY OXFORDSHIRE! Are you up for a challenge in 2020? Have you ever wanted the chance to jump out of a plane? Well now is your chance to do just that , whilst raising vital funds for people affected by brain injury. Take to
11-17th May 2020 The campaign week aims to raise awareness of brain injury and give a voice to those affected. Once again, Hats for Headway Day will be taking place on Friday 15th May. If you would like to organise an fundraising event or raising awareness activity during Action for Brain Injury Week, please