New free bike rental hub open at Didcot Parkway

People travelling to and from Didcot Parkway and Milton Park can now travel by free bike and ebike thanks to a rental scheme which has opened in the new station cycle hub.

The Guideposts Information and Support (GIS) Service

On this episode of Let’s Talk Mental Health, Mel Noton chats to Avril Ishmael about the GIS and the great services it offers to individuals, businesses and communities alike.

Investing in your long term health

Since the summer before studying for my degree in nutrition some 16 years ago through to now, I have been contracted by the Nutrition Society and [since the outsourcing of publications] Cambridge University Press to work on four of the world’s leading Nutritional Science journals.

Returning to work post lockdown – The New Normal

On this episode of Let’s Talk Mental Health with Mel Noton, we’re joined by Rab and Katie as they discuss the return to work post-lockdown and pandemic.

New Long Hanborough Surgery Among Highest Vaccinating Sites in Oxfordshire

A state-of-the-art Long Hanborough surgery is being hailed a huge success by doctors, staff and patients after opening in March.

Oxford Bus Company help roll out new mobile Covid-19 testing service in Norfolk

Oxford Bus Company is helping other areas tackle the COVID-19 pandemic across the country via specially converted buses.

 

Returning to work post lockdown – The New Normal

On this episode of Let’s Talk Mental Health with Mel Noton, we’re joined by Rab and Katie as they discuss the return to work post-lockdown and pandemic.

Re-Energise Your ‘Mojo’

Back in November, B4 member Jackie Jarvis asked other members how they energised their ‘Mojo’. Now, as we hopefully approach, fingers crossed, the permanent end of lockdown, we revisit this article with Tim Wraith of Sobell House giving us an injection of his ways to keep going. Many of us will feel battered and bruised from the personal and professional challenges we have endured over the last 12 to 14 months, so how does Tim keep going? We also revisit what our members said last year in Jackie’s article.

What do we know about cancer?

1 in 2 people will have cancer, and this rate is increasing. More people will have cancer at some point in their lives than not. Over 1000 people are diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK. That’s staggering! So what needs to be done to reduce cancer rates and make cancer treatment more effective?

Make yourselves familiar with the new COVID rules from 17 May

People in Oxfordshire are being urged to familiarise themselves with the new (step three) national COVID-19 roadmap rules that will apply from Monday, 17 May so that they are aware of what they can and still cannot do.

Blenheim: An update on our latest work and projects

The Pandemic has left me feeling somewhat dis-connected to you with the lack of time as we battled COVID-19 and the ability to meet in a more personal way, be it a one to one meeting we may have had or event of some sort where we used to chat over a coffee.

Supporting young people’s mental wealth

On this episode of Let’s Talk Mental Health with Mel Noton, we’re joined by Jodie Lloyd-Jones from Oxfordshire Youth to discuss their work in the local community and the issues young people face in today’s workplace.