Welcome to the Oxfordshire Branch

The branch is run entirely by volunteers and aims to provide the best possible support to local people with MND, their carers and their families. We also  raise funds and awareness of the disease.

Regular friendly and informative support meetings are held in Abingdon and Banbury on alternate months. There are open meetings twice a year in Oxford and a summer visit to a local garden centre or place of interest. We also have trained Association Visitors who are there to offer support on an individual basis.
Our popular annual branch Walk to D’feet takes place in Blenheim Palace Park in October. Please contact us for more information and see details of branch events.

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MNDA Walk To D'Feet

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For more information about the different events and activities organised by the branch in order to provide support, raise awareness, and fundraise on behalf of people living with MND, please contact us or visit our branch website http://www.mndoxfordshire.org

Upcoming meetings

New Year Event - Saturday 25th January, 2- 4pm at Holiday Inn, Peartree, Oxford
Dr Evan Edmond, clinical research fellow with Professor Martin Turner’s team at the Department of Neurosciences, University of Oxford, will discuss:
Mapping out the disease activity across the brain and spinal cord: How does this help?
Can we improve our understanding of the disease, and does this suggest future treatment strategies?

Family & Friends support meeting - Tuesday 18th February, 2-4pm at Banbury Cricket Club
White Post Road, Bodicote, Banbury OX15 4BN
Family and Friends support  meeting on alternate months in the north Oxfordshire venue.
Contact Dave Vale by ringing 01295 712458 or emailing davevale0146@googlemail.com.

Branch AGM and lunch - Saturday 28th March, 12 noon-3pm at Holiday Inn, Peartree, Oxford
Join us for a short AGM and lunch after which there will be a talk. It is also an opportunity to thank all our members for their support over the past year.

For further information and support contact our MND Connect helpline

mndconnect 0808 802 6262