Activities at Oxford Beaumont Care Community

Our Activities Coordinators are committed to organising a mix of activities and events that cater to all tastes, which includes minibus outings to nearby places of interest and visits from animal trusts, local school choirs, musicians and entertainers. We also undertake one-to-one activities for residents who are unable to participate in group sessions, and encourage loved ones to join in whenever they can.

Enriching life
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Alice and Sarah

Activities Team

Hi, I'm Alice (left) and I've been working in activities since 2019. I absolutely love my role, and I'm passionate about providing meaningful and life enriching activities for all our residents. My aim is to make them smile everyday!

Hi I’m Sarah (right), I’ve been a member if the Oxford Beaumont team since January 2020. Starting as an Activities assistant on a part time basis, I enjoyed the role so much I'm now one the the full time coordinators.

It’s an absolute pleasure working here, being able to provide life enriching activities that make our residents happy and smile. We have so much fun together, and learn something new everyday from these incredible ladies and gentlemen.

Making links with local groups and organisations to ensure our residents remain part of the local community is a key part of the activities team role, if you would like to make contact with me or my colleague Sarah, please feel free to call us on 01865 730990 or drop us an email

Life-encriching activities booklet

Read our brochure 'Life-enriching activities' for more information about life in our care homes.
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Activities and Events Partnerships

As part of our bespoke life-enrichment programmes, we host a number of live virtual events in the home on a regular basis through a number of partnerships with places of interest and world class performance companies

Life at Oxford Beaumont Care Community


Music and Movement with Julia

Residents had a fun-filled morning with Julia who engaged with residents through a range of songs, dance moves, musical instruments and props!

The session brought back many musical memories for the residents and it was lovely to see so many sing and dance along with Julia.

Birthday Celebrations!

This week we celebrated our lovely volunteer Judith’s birthday!

Judith has been visiting Oxford Beaumont for two years now and is a big part of the team! Judith spends time visiting residents in their rooms chatting and reminiscing with them as well as hosting a weekly French class which is very popular amongst residents.

Celebrating 200 years of Cadbury

Residents enjoyed a wonderful afternoon of nostalgia and chocolate treats celebrating 200 years with Cadburys. We joined an interactive virtual talk with Cadbury’s archivist Sarah Foden and brand manager Connor Gould which included interesting facts and history of how the company first started and how it has developed over the years. The virtual event finished off with a fun and engaging quiz and then residents were able to taste different Cadbury chocolates!


A Day at the Museum

To celebrate International Museum Day this week we decided to take a trip to visit one of Oxford’s most famous museums, the Ashmolean.

Residents and staff enjoyed looking at the different collections around the museum and reminiscing about past visits to the Ashmolean and trips into Oxford.

One resident used to take groups of school children round the museum and lead talks about the different collections and she said ‘it was great to be back again.’


Celebrating Eid al-Fitr

A big THANK YOU to Nadia and Bibi for hosting festivities in the home for Eid!

Residents enjoyed discussing the festival in the morning with Nadia and hearing about different traditions and cultures. Following that, in the afternoon everyone got to try the delicious Pakistani food cooked by the ladies to top off the Eid celebrations.

Puppy Love!

Here at the Oxford Beaumont we always love visits from furry friends! Six week old Teddy came to visit us and staff and residents enjoyed lots of cuddles with the pup! Visits from animals are great for supporting residents well-being and promote great conversations. Some residents even chatted about their own pets that they used to own which brought back many fond memories.

We hope to see Teddy again soon!