Community Groups

Ceroc Swindon

With Ceroc you will learn all the skills anyone needs to know to enjoy dance. Their varied classes are catered towards a range of different ability levels, from nervous first timer to dance floor master. Whether you turn up alone, with a partner or in a group, you will get the opportunity to dance with scores of other learners at their class nights.



The Farcycles is a charity and Oxfordshire-based cycling group that encourages community participation in recreational and lifestyle cycling, through training activities, organised rides and events, and promotion of the physical and mental health benefits of cycling.


Far Runners

Far Runners are a recreational running group in Faringdon who offer various runs and social gatherings. Created in 2012, a few local runners came together to arrange runs together for anyone to come along.


Faringdon Book Club

Faringdon Book Club is open to everyone. Held in the Faringdon Library on the first Thursday of each month 16:30-17:30.

Faringdon Baby and Toddler Group

Held on Tuesday and Thursday mornings 09:30-11:00 at The United Church on Gravel Walk/Coxwell Rd. £2 per child and carer and 50p for each extra child.


Faringdon Ladies Running Group

Meet on Friday mornings at the Folly Sports Park car park at 09:30 for a 45 min run

Live Well Oxfordshire

Live Well Oxfordshire has been developed by Oxfordshire County Council in partnership with Age UK Oxfordshire.

The directory has been designed to bring together information about groups and organisations offering services for adults with a variety of needs in one place.


Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Clubs

Over 420+ clubs worldwide providing veterans with the opportunity to meet face to face in a relaxed, safe, social enviroment to enjoy breakfast and banter.


The Jolly Dollies

The Jolly Dollies are an organisation started by widows for widows whose main objective is to help widows regain a social life through friendship and social events. 


Lions Clubs

Support a range of good causes and projects in the local community. Lions Clubs have more volounteers in more places than any other service organization.

Telephone: 0121 441 4544



Re-engage provides vital,life-enhancing social connections for older people at a time when their social circles are diminishing. 

Telephone: 020 7240 0630