Communities - Inclusion - Sustainability 

East Oxford Community Association

50 Plus  Club 

Our over 50s club, which provides a weekly social drop in and craft work session at East Oxford Community Centre, is closed due to Coronavirus. We have virtualised services and  contact with this group and continue to give support by telephone and video. Many of the participants are vulnerable elderly with multiple social needs and health issues.

If you are 50 Plus and would like some help or just to talk please Email:

CoronaVirus 2023 local resouces and national information

What to do if you think you may have Coronavirus

If you think you have Coronavirus stay indoors and get NHS 111 advice online . Only call NHS 111 IF you cannot cope with your symptoms at home; IF your condition gets worse; or IF your symptoms do not get better after seven days. 

Coronavirus cases are increasing across the country. 

Your best defense is Vaccination 

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NHS Volunteer Responders

We’re here to help people in England to stay safe during coronavirus (COVID-19), and to support the NHS and care services. We have been set up by NHS England and NHS Improvement, working with Royal Voluntary Service and the GoodSAM app.

As part of this work our volunteers will be able to help with the coronavirus vaccination programme.


What is herd immunity?

How vaccines protect people in a community from the spread of disease. 



What do we know now about Coronavirus?

Dr. Roger Seheult & Dr. John Campbell: - Lessons Learned and a Look Ahead  - Two experts who have lead the task of public education in the USA and in the UK discuss our knowledge of Coronavirus and the way head. 

Affected by coronavirus?

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Do you need shopping, post or a prescription?

Is there anything else you need right now?

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We’ll call to see how we can help

Or call us on 07310 160 595

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We’re here for you




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Coronavirus information leaflet translations

   Somali   Arabic   Tetum   Swahili   Amharic

Healthwatch Oxfordshire and Oxford Community Action Group have been working together to make sure that new and emerging communities have access to trusted and clear information about coronavirus support available locally and nationally.

The Somali, Syrian, Sudanese, East Timorese, East African communities in Oxford have lent their skills and expertise to develop the leaflets with Healthwatch Oxfordshire, and to translate information into five languages- Somali, Arabic, Tetum, Swahili and Amharic.  Community representatives have safely distributed over 700 leaflets through their networks to households in Oxford and beyond, to make sure that families have up to date and trusted information they need. The leaflets are now available for organisations and individuals to download and use.


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Oxford City Council

Main contact point for All Services and for Community Assistance during the Coronavirus Emergency

Contact Centre - call: 01865 249 811

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