Welcome to Cutteslowe Community Centre, the hub for a huge range of welfare, educational and recreational activities and events for local residents of all ages.

The Centre is run by Cutteslowe Community Association (CCA), a volunteer-led, not for profit organisation.

Community news

The Cutteslowe Community Larder: from 2pm-4pm every Wednesday – open to all, it has it own Facebook page where you can find out what £3.50 can buy you each week. The Larder is celebrating the creativity in our community by displaying each week a piece of work made or created by someone in our community. You can view the work of the ‘Artist of the Week’ displayed in the Centre on Wednesdays during The Larder.

Free ESOL classes (English for speakers of other languages) are now available on Tuesdays 12:30 – 2.30pm during term time.

Citizens Advice Oxford: Wednesdays from 1pm – 3pm. These drop in sessions at the Cutteslowe Community Centre provide free, independent and confidential advice about benefits, debts, housing, problems at work and consumer issues. Please come as early as possible and be prepared to wait.

Cutteslowe Light Trail: Saturday 18 November 4:30pm – 7:30pm at Cutteslowe Park (enter A40 side). Adventure to Cutteslowe Park where you can admire a magical lantern display, watch a shadow theatre performance, listen to live music, get crafty, dance in the sensory children’s disco, take a selfie with a giant Santa and take part in Zumba in the dark! The Cutteslowe Light Trail is self-led and free to attend.

Cutteslowe Wishing Tree: If you are struggling with financial anxiety or worrying if you will be able to provide your children with gifts this Christmas OR would love to provide a gift for a child this Christmas, please call in to Cutteslowe/Wolvercote Primary Schools, Cutteslowe Community Centre or Wolvercote Young People’s Club to find out how to get involved with the ‘Cutteslowe Wishing Tree’ project.

Classes and clubs

Join in with our regular activities – there’s something for every age!

Clubs and Groups: Seniors Social Group, Monday Family Art Club; Summertown Brownies; SEN Support Group; Groups for parents and children under 5; Baby Groups.

Classes: Portuguese for kids; Capoeira class; ESOL classes (English lessons for foreign speakers)

Our ‘Sunnymead Minnows’ offer fun sessions for parents and under 5s.

Hire a room
  • We have several rooms available for hire for commercial or private use
  • View the room rates for the main hall, lounge, committee room and kitchen, or for the whole centre
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