News and events

Whether you're a Friend, volunteer or supporter, you'll find there's always something happening at Archway. Below are some highlights of upcoming events and things we've been up to recently!

You can also keep up to date with Archway news and events on twitter or facebook, or by joining our mailing list.

Sponsor our cyclists!

In this Archway's 35th year we are delighted to be part of the 2017 Bike Oxford Charity Cycle Event on Sunday 7 May.

Archway are putting together a team for a 25 mile ride along a route starting at the Oxford University Rugby Club on Iffley Road. The event is organised by Iconic Cycling Events and so we will be joining hundreds of other riders cycling for their own charities. A full route and back-up support service is provided by Iconic.
So why not support the Archway cyclists for a great way to raise funds in our ongoing work to lift loneliness!

Visit our Virgin Money Giving page to sponsor >

Easter Newswire out now

In our Bumper Easter Edition...

  • A Spring in Our Step - We put our best foot forward at our Oxford and Abingdon social groups.
  • Bike Oxford with Archway - Find out how you can support our fundraising event on Sunday May 7th.
  • Round Robin Extra - We bring you a bumper round-up of news, ideas & inspiration for helping to lifting loneliness.
  • Meet The Trustees - Nigel Fulford tells us about his role in the Archway board of Trustees.
    • Click here to read this month's Newsire online.

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Flat 73: a one-hour play about loneliness

Oxfordshire based company Human Story Theatre are touring their one-hour play about loneliness - 'Flat 37' by Gayle Poole in the London and Oxford area throughout March and April.

"Battersby Buildings have 75 flats, yet few residents know each other. Beryl, recently widowed lives on the ground floor, television her only companion. Above her lives Chelsea, struggling as a newly single mum. Along the corridor lives Simon, a young man with learning disabilities and a passion for ‘flash mobbing’. On the top floor lives Laura who, unbeknownst to them, connects them in her role as a Samaritan – they call her when they are feeling at their loneliest."

Flat 73 includes a Q&A with the Samaritans and local loneliness organisations, including Archway. Tour details and booking information below - hope to see you there!

Find out more about Human Story Theatre and Flat 73 >

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