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Women’s Service
Women’s Service

The Women’s Group at Refugee Resource meets weekly and is open to refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women of any age, and their children.  The group provides an opportunity to:

  • spend time with other women in similar circumstances

  • develop new skills

  • make friends

  • try something new

  • get support and advice

  • do activities like sewing, cooking and art

  • have outings and holidays

  • share ideas

On- going Event:

We are delighted to collaborate with the Old Fire Station to host an exhibition for the Art work that the women's group have created. The exhibition is open for the public until beginning of April and here​ are some more information. 

The Women’s Group meets at:

Monday, 10am - 1pm

Hear more about the support Refugee Resource provides for women:

The Refugee Resource Women’s Project has proved a very effective means of achieving collective benefits enabling members to overcome difficulties, to support and learn from each other, to develop skills and improve their confidence, and generally to fulfil their potential to become more fully integrated members of their communities.


Refugee women are very much affected by their experience of war, torture, displacement and in some cases rape. The Women’s Project has been providing support, guidance and opportunities for those women to overcome mental distress and the after effects of traumatic experiences.


The different activities, such as trainings, workshops, English classes, health activities and trips, provide opportunity and encouragement for the women, empowering them to address issues that affect their lives.  The group is also a source fun and relaxation.

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Call: 01865 403280    |     Email:

To relieve distress, improve well-being and facilitate the integration of refugees and asylum seekers in Oxfordshire, by providing psychological, social and practical support.

Contact us

For more information about Refugee Resource:

Accessing our services​

Referral form (by organisation) 


Referral form (by individual)

Volunteer form


Bursary form​ 


If you have any concerns about safeguarding please contact OSCB, if about a child, and OSAB, if about an adult.

You can support our work by donating through Everyclick Donations:

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