Find things to do and places to go for young people in Oxfordshire, including clubs, holiday activities and more.
Activities Oxfordshire lists activities, services, clubs and other things to do and places to go for young people aged 13-19 (up to 25 with learning difficulties and disabilities).
Taking part in regular, fun activities in your free time is good for your wellbeing, extends your social group and helps you learn.
Independent travel is a key skill for all young people in Oxfordshire. When you're going to school, work or out to have fun, travel safely and confidently.
Exercise is fun and good for you – here are some more good reasons to get moving…
National Citizen Service (NCS) is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that helps you build skills for work and life, take on new challenges, meet new friends and have fun!
Get ready, get steady, get cooking. Find out more about the benefits of cooking, how you can get cooking and much more.
The Duke of Edinburgh programme gives all young people aged 14-24 the chance to develop skills for life and work, fulfil their potential and have a brighter future
Gaming is playing games on the TV, phone, computer or consoles like PS4 or the Nintendo switch.
Oxfordshire is famous for its beautiful environment, engaging wildlife and spectacular landscapes - and getting out and experiencing it is good for your health and happiness!
The weather in England is usually mild, but you need to take extra care in rain, sun, and freezing temperatures.
Oxfordshire is a county of rivers, canals and waterways; do you know how to be safe on and around the water?
Swimming is a great form of all-round exercise. It's ideal if you want to be more active and stay healthy, whatever your age or ability.
Being active is good for your health – Why not take on board life skills whilst training?