Oakley Community Resource Centre, Clyde Crescent, Cheltenham, GL52 5QJ
Our Vision Statement
Strong Community, Better Lives
Charity number: 1075779
THE OAKLEY NEIGHBOURHOOD PROJECT CHARITY HAS NOW CLOSED!!
If you would like to book a room at the Oakley Community Resource Centre then contact
Lyn on 01242 516960 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are Closing
*Internet *budgeting *debt *saving *banking
For tips on how to shop smarter, save money and get better deals, there are free Money Smart workshops (with one to one advice) running at
Oakley Neighbourhood Project
2:00pm – 4:00pm
Free Advice and Support
There is a new service provided by P3 which gives friendly, accessible support around issues including housing, benefits and income, budgeting and debt advice.
Your nearest drop-in is at the
10:30am until 12:00pm
For more information ring Sophie on 07794081747 or just drop in the Neighbourhood Project
The Cornerstone Centre
These meetings are open to all residents in Oakley
Coffee and Tea available at 6pm
For more details ring 516960 Anna or Lyn
Oakley Residents Meetings 2016
Oakley Domestic Abuse Project
A community based approach to the issue of Domestic Abuse is being piloted in the Oakley area of Cheltenham.
As a community we want to challenge Domestic Abuse .
The pilot,which has been funded by Cheltenham Borough Council, aims to bring together professional organisations who work in this field.
Contact: 01242 516960
If you want help, look for centres in Oakley displaying this hand:
In March 2016 the Trustees of the Oakley Regeneration Partnership (ORP) and the Oakley Neighbourhood Project (ONP) formed a Joint Working Group to review the operations, financial position and prospects of both charities and the Oakley Resource Centre. In the light of ONP/ORP’s current financial position and future prospects, the decision has therefore been taken with deep regret to close the operations of the Neighbourhood Project.
The Trustees have been reassured that arrangements will be made to ensure that the Resource Centre will remain open to the community. Details of future arrangements and contacts will be shared with local organisations and service providers as soon as possible, but in the interim ONP will concentrate on continuing its service to Oakley.