POSTPONED: Sunday 4 October 2020 Location: Greenwich, London, SE10 8XJ SOLD OUT OF PLACES If you would like to register your interest to run next year, please email email@example.com. Run the London Marathon 2020 for Headway Oxfordshire and support people who have been affected by brain injury. Take part in one of the most iconic events
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Oxford Half Marathon Get your running gear on with Headway Oxfordshire! Have you ever wanted to run a half marathon? Well now is your chance to do just that. The Oxford Half is returning on the 13 October 2019, and you could be joining the Headway Oxfordshire team to raise vital funds for people who
A woman who suffered from a brain injury earlier on this year, when she was diagnosed with a brain infection, is now training to run the London Marathon on 26th April 2020. Amy Gordon, 24, Oxford is running the 26.2 mile-long Marathon for the first time to raise awareness and money for Headway Oxfordshire
Thursday 15th October 2020 7pm Freud, 119 Walton Street, Oxford OX2 6AH *This venue is accessibility friendly* Early Bird Tickets: SOLD OUT | Standard Tickets: £12 BOOK NOW It's back! After a sell out show back in October, the comedy show is making a return March! Join us for a night of comedy
Sensory Rehabilitation Garden Project Headway Oxfordshire is officially launching a brand new project to build a Sensory Rehabilitation Garden at our Activity and Rehabilitation Centre in Kennington. It has been a project that we have been wanting to carry out for years. Our Activity and Rehabilitation centre has a garden, which is not currently used
Headway Oxfordshire are thrilled to announce the upcoming launch of both our exciting new website and three new moving and insightful videos around our work. We are just working on the final touches and ensuring that everything is in place for the launch next month. New features will include: an easy referral process, online payments
Our Latest Newsletter Has Landed! Set up your sun lounger, pour yourself a cold fresh orange juice and click the button below to have a read of our Spring/Summer Newsletter. Included: Flashback to recent events in the ARC and beyond, current projects, interesting research on brain injury, ways you can get involved, work and volunteer
Trek overview This trek takes you to a remote section of the Great Wall of China, from Gubeikou to Jinshanling and Simatai. Not only will you trek on the wall itself, meticulously built and restored over thousands of years, but you will also have the opportunity to trek through wild and remote landscapes with distant