PO Box 10, Oxford, OX1 1EN
Tel 01865 249811
Jump to zone menu
There are 19 operational community centres in Oxford, many of which are owned by Oxford City Council. The centres are managed by Community Associations made up of local workers and volunteers.
Below is list of community centres within Oxford. Visit our Location Map for the locations of all community centres in Oxford.
Centres currently being redeveloped:
Council run community facilities:
For more information on Community Centres in Oxford, please contact Communities and Neighbourhoods on 01865 252828 or at email@example.com.
Many Community Associations also have their own websites; follow the links below to find out more:
Oxford Federation of Community Associations (OFCA) is the representative group for Community Centres in Oxford and organises:
To contact the federation, please call them on 01865 202199.
Contact our community centres or visit our Volunteering page to find out what volunteering opportunities may be available.
Four community centres across Oxford were surveyed in a pilot study to better understand who currently uses community centres and how satisfied those customers are with the services they receive. Our results give a useful indication of current customer opinion which are summarised in the report documents below and will support our ongoing work with these community centres:
West Oxford Community Association Satisfaction Survey Report (198kB PDF)
Barton Community Association Satisfaction Survey Report (199kB PDF)
Cutteslowe Community Association Satisfaction Survey Report (202kB PDF)
Littlemore Community Association Satisfaction Survey Report (175kB PDF)
Community Centre Satisfaction Survey Report (213kB PDF)
VISIBLE is an independent standard designed to promote quality within the charity and community sector. It is a national standard that provides a framework for development and recognition of best practice.
VISIBLE stands for:
In June 2007, Cutteslowe Community Association became the first community organisation in the country to achieve VISIBLE status in recognition of the association's good work in the community.
In September 2008, West Oxford Community Association became the second community association in the city to be awarded VISIBLE status, and only the fifth nationally.
In October 2010 Jericho Community Association was awarded VISIBLE status, recognising their work to engage local people.
For more information about VISIBLE accreditation, visit the Visible Communities website.
Visit our Community and Living links page for useful links to other websites related to your community and living in Oxford.
Page last updated 1 March 2013