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Contact Details

Oxford Women's Hub Address: The Gatehouse, 10 Woodstock Rd, Oxford - OX2 6HT
The Gatehouse, 10 Woodstock Rd, Oxford
Oxford Women's Hub Phone Number: Tracy on 07395 791 494 or Monica on 07436 883 922
Tracy on 07395 791 494 or Monica on 07436 883 922

Service Type

Free confidential space for women needing bespoke support

Operating Hours

Thursday's 11.00 - 13.00

Eligibility & Referral

Drop in

Service Description

This service has been enabled through funding from Oxford City Council and is being delivered in partnership by The Gatehouse and Aspire.

Both partners have responded to the need for a safe space for women, a place where they can access bespoke services, talk to like-minded people, bond over shared experiences, or even just have a cup of tea and a chat. This service also offers the opportunity to forge positive relationships with other women.

Unless otherwise stated, all sessions take place at the Gatehouse and no booking is required. Travel expenses can be reimbursed for public transport costs in Oxford.



Key functions & activities offered

With a team of female Support Workers on hand to offer tailored advice, support on numerous topics including:

  • Housing advice
  • Women's health
  • Drug and alcohol support
  • Family advice
  • Finance and debt management advice
  • Cooking classes
  • Domestic abuse support
  • Bespoke workshops tailored to need

The September sessions are as follows: 

  • 1st - Citizens Advice Bureau monthly advice session with Maggie and Sue. The lovely ladies from the CAB will be delivering a talk on how you can save money off your energy bills during these difficult times.

  • 8th - Please note the Women’s hub will be closed this week as Monica and Tracy will be delivering some outreach meetings to promote the Hub.  

  • 15th - Our lovely NHS student nurse Emma will be delivering a breast cancer awareness workshop where she will cover how to self-examine to check for signs of breast lumps and consider lifestyle factors that affect breast cancer risk. The session will provide a friendly space for women to discuss any personal experiences they would like to share. [Please note: we’re not medically trained and cannot offer medical advice. The session aims to share NHS information and encourage discussion.]

  • 22nd - We welcome Andrea from the Beaumont Society to do an informative talk about the challenges that transgender women can face in society and in accessing groups. 

  • 29th - One of our lovely ladies Maria will be delivering a craft workshop demonstration on how to make a decorative Gratitude and Affirmation jar. Please join us for an afternoon of creativity, chat and cake.