Community Information Network

Stay involved, informed, in touch

Search the Community Information Network Directory

Call the Community Information Network team on:
0345 450 1276

WelcomeCommunity Information Network

The Community Information Network exists to provide you with information on local support services and activities, money matters and social care.

Whether you want to meet people, get help at home, find out about benefits and support, discover a computer or exercise class, or volunteer in your local community – the Community Information Network is here to help you. The service is free and operates across the county through information drop-ins, over the phone or visiting you at home.

Scroll down for details on activities and opportunities near you. You can search our online Directory to find out what's going on in your local area or if you can't find what you are looking for, call us on 0345 450 1276 or email us at

Volunteer link-up and Oxfordshire County Council

The Community Information Network is delivered in partnership with
Volunteer Link-Up and supported by Oxfordshire County Council.

Find out what's on in your local area

Useful links

  • Carers Oxfordshire

    Carers Oxfordshire is aimed at people caring for adults in Oxfordshire find help and advice.
  • Oxfordshire Mind

    Oxfordshire Mind is a local mental health charity.
  • Citizens Advice Oxfordshire

    You can get advice on your money, your family, your rights and your daily life on the Citizens Advice Bureau Advice Guide website.
  • Dementia Oxfordshire

    Dementia Oxfordshire, is here to help you with advice on all aspects of dementia and the support that is available locally to help people to live well with dementia.
  • Headway Oxfordshire

    Supporting people affected by acquired brain injury, across Oxfordshire.
  • Guideposts Independent Living Centre

    The Independent Living Centre provides information on equipment solutions and services to assist people with disabilities and older people to increase and maintain their independence.