COVID-19 points of contact for each district: Comunity support is widely available across Oxfordshire, please find contact details for each district below:

 

Oxfordshire All-In

Email:   [email protected]

Website:   https://www.oxfordshireallin.org/

 

Cherwell – Vulnerable residents support

Phone: 01865 89 78 20 (Vulnerable residents)

Email: [email protected] (Vulnerable residents)

Websites:    https://www.cherwell.gov.uk/homepage/133/coronavirus-service-updates-information-help-and-support

https://www.oxfordshireallin.org/

 

Oxford – COVID-19 Community support Hubs

Phone: 01865 249811

Email:   Online form: https://occ.oxfordtogether.org/support-form

Website:     https://www.oxford.gov.uk/communityassistance

https://oxfordtogether.org/

 

South Oxfordshire – COVID-19 Community Support

Phone: 01235 422600

Email:   [email protected]

Website:     http://www.southoxon.gov.uk/services-and-advice/coronavirus-community-support

 

Vale of White Horse – COVID-19 Community Support

Phone: 01235 422600

Email:   [email protected]

Website:     http://www.whitehorsedc.gov.uk/services-and-advice/coronavirus-community-support

 

West Oxfordshire – COVID-19 Community Support

Phone: 01993 861077

Email:   [email protected]

Website:     https://www.westoxon.gov.uk/news-items/coronavirus-covid-19-latest-information-and-advice/

 



Please note that our website will be updated in 2020 and accesibility features will be added to both our webpages and newly-added reports. If you would like any of our current reports in an accesible format this could be done under request.

 

Since 2012 Oxfordshire's district councils have jointly commissioned a District Data Analysis service to highlight trends and geographical/other variations in social, economic and environmental data of relevance to District Council services. 

The service is based at Oxford City Council and includes:

  • Enquiry service by email or phone 
  • Ad hoc data notes and charts (see chart of the month)
  • Annual data bulletins on topics such as economy, welfare, housing (see district pages)
  • Other services such as presentations or training are also available -- please just ask!

We work closely with analysts at the County Council who also provide data resources such as the JSNA; for the County's data website click here.

The Data Analysis service helps district councils to make use of data and evidence on:

  • Population and households
  • Businesses and the economy
  • Education and skills
  • The environment
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Housing
  • Community safety
  • Communities

This type of statistical data forms one part of building a comprehensive evidence base for strategic and service planning.Evidence based data analisys