We’re Botley Bridges, a registered charitable company based in Botley on the outskirts of Oxford and serving the surrounding area including Cumnor, North Hinksey and West Oxford. We provide services for children up to the age of 11 and their families at the site of the former Elm’s Road Children’s Centre.
- Stay and Play at Half TermOur half term session on Monday 13th February will start at 9AM (unlike previous holidays which have started an hour later). We look forward to seeing you!
- Christmas Hampers 2022Thank you for spreading some Christmas cheer to our local community This is the 3rd year that Botley Bridges has initiated and coordinated the local hampers and food boxes for families on low income in the Botley, West Oxford and Cumnor area. This is a real joint community effort with donations (both goods and money) …
- Botley Energy Advice DayCome along to find out how you can save energy and cut your bills! Hear about energy surveys of six typical Botley homes Short films on saving energy in Oxfordshire homes Exhibition Energy advisors to answer your questions. Practical tips and advice Tea and coffee – all welcome! Sat. Nov. 26th Seacourt Hall, 11am to …
We are gradually beginning to bring back our face to face sessions. These will take place with strictly limited numbers (pre-booking is required) and we will also follow relevant Covid guidelines. This will mean checking in to sessions in Botley School by scanning a QR code or leaving your phone number with us when you sign in for track and trace purposes. Extra handwashing facilities will be available and additional cleaning of touch points such as sinks and toilets will take place. All activities in Botley School will be in our outside space (which has plenty of shelter if the weather is bad). We will also have use of the nursery playground too in order for us to spread out. Masks will not be required outside, but we would ask that you do wear one if going inside to use the toilet.
We would ask that you DO NOT attend any sessions if you or your child are feeling ill or showing any coronavirus symptoms.
This is a difficult time for us all and we hope that you and your families can keep safe.