Partnership websites

Websites we have developed for partner organisations or specific areas of the council.

Oxfordshire County Council websites

365Alive logo365 Alive

An Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service initiative which aims to promote a safer community for everyone through its safety education and prevention work.
www.365alive.co.uk

 

Dark Archivist logoDark Archivist

Oxfordshire History Centre's interactive website about the county's fascinating past.
www.darkarchivist.com

 

Junior Citizen logoJunior Citizen Trust

Teaching children in year 6 (ages 10 or 11) about how to keep safe in everyday life.
www.juniorcitizentrust.org.uk

 

Oxcare logoOxcare

This website is designed to provide information about training courses in social care skills for a variety of potential learners.
www.oxcare.org.uk

 

Oxfordshire Children's CentresOxfordshire children's centres

Children’s centres are for children under five and their families, places where they can find a wide variety of activities, play, information and support from professionals working in a wide range of fields, whatever their background or circumstances.
www.oxonchildrenscentres.org.uk

 

Data Observatory image montageOxfordshire Insight (previously Data Observatory)

Helping you find data on the people, politics, economy and environment of Oxfordshire.
www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/insight

 

Oxfordshire Liftshare logoOxfordshire Liftshare

Provides a matching service for all those who live, work and travel in and around Oxfordshire as well as longer journeys to other locations outside the county.
www.oxfordshireliftshare.com

 

OWLS logoOxfordshire Wildlife and Landscape Study

This website shows the results of the Oxfordshire Wildlife and Landscape Study (OWLS) - an investigation of landscape character and biodiversity across the county. It was jointly sponsored by Oxfordshire County Council, English Nature, the Countryside Agency and the Northmoor Trust.
owls.oxfordshire.gov.uk

 

Oxme logoOxme

Oxfordshire County Council's website for children and young people. The site is split into two sections: Boombox for 8-12 year olds, and Oxcentric for 13-19 year olds.
www.oxme.info

 

Reducing the Risk logoReducing the Risk

Reducing the risk of domestic abuse in Oxfordshire.
www.reducingtherisk.org.uk

 

Source Oxfordshire logoSource Oxfordshire

Source Oxfordshire has been created to help your business understand the procurement and grants processes as well as helping you to find and apply for opportunities in Oxfordshire and further afield.
www.sourceoxfordshire.org.uk

 

Websites we created in partnership with others

Carers Oxfordshire logoCarers Oxfordshire

A signpost to information and support for carers in Oxfordshire, developed in partnership with Oxford Carers' Centre.
http://www.carersoxfordshire.org.uk/

 

Mill Arts CentreThe Mill Arts Centre

Whether you have loads of experience or none at all, are looking for serious training or just want to have some fun, make new friends and develop your skills all in one place. There's something for everyone at The Mill.
www.themillartscentre.co.uk

 

Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership logoOxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership

The Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership is a voluntary body made up of representatives from business, academia and the wider public sector.
www.oxfordshirelep.org.uk

 

OSCB logoOxfordshire Safeguarding Children Board

This website aims to provide useful information to ensure making and keeping children safe is everybody's business.
www.oscb.org.uk

 

OWP logoOxfordshire Waste Partnership

Oxfordshire Waste Partnership (OWP) is a partnership of the county and district councils of Oxfordshire who are working together to continuously improve waste management services within the county.
www.oxfordshirewaste.gov.uk

 

Safe From Harm logoSafe from Harm

The website of the Oxfordshire Safeguarding Adults Board, intended to help vulnerable people who are at risk of abuse.
www.oxonsafeguardingadults.org.uk

 

Wychwood Project logoThe Wychwood Project

A project that combines history, conservation and local communities within the former Royal Forest of Wychwood.
www.wychwoodproject.org

Last reviewed
03 February 2014
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