Registered UK Charity 1100948
ClusterCare is an independent Day Centre for adults, providing a supportive and friendly environment for weekly activities for the cluster of villages to the north of Banbury in Oxfordshire.
Are you, or someone you know, in need of a day out every week in good company?
We meet every Tuesday from 10am to 3pm at the Cropredy Sports Pavilion (click here for a map), hosted by our trained volunteers. We enjoy many different activities from board games and quizzes to visits by speakers and the local school (a particular favourite!). We love to celebrate birthdays and have fun with singalongs too.
Each week we enjoy a welcoming tea or coffee on arrival plus a freshly cooked 2 course meal for lunch. Then we have tea or coffee before we leave with home baked cakes.
The ClusterCare Group is run by around 30 experienced volunteers and is managed by our qualified Lead Co-ordinator Mo Sayer.
Volunteer roles include helping out at the weekly sessions, as well as driving. Where necessary, appropriate training can be given. Please contact Mo for further information.
ClusterCare is a small community based charity, founded in 1994. It supports up to 12 members each Tuesday on a weekly basis, usually drawn from the locality of Cropredy and the cluster of surrounding villages. It is held in high and affectionate regard by its users and the local community. However, the continuing operation of ClusterCare is at risk because of reduced financial support from Oxfordshire County Council and because the benefits of the service we give to prospective members and their carers is not widely known.
We are a local charity and all the work we do remains within the locality, and we are heavily reliant on local support.
Please click on 'More Information' to find out how you may be able to help.