News & Events
Missing local resident
Thames Valley Police is appealing for the public's help in finding a missing woman from Oxford. Sheila Weatherhead, aged 61, was last seen on Thursday morning (15/1) near her home in Butler Close, Oxford. She has not been seen since. Officers are concerned for Sheila's wellbeing and so ask for anyone who has seen her since to get in touch. Click here for the full press release, photograph and police contact details.
Tea and Talks
Our next Tea and Talk is on 4th February 2015 with David Boswell on "Twentieth-century churches in Oxford".
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Rates from just £9.50 per session. We are happy to consider bookings for workshops and other activities especially during the holiday periods.
We are sorry but we cannot accept any more weekly bookings at the weekends.
Welcome to St Margaret's Institute, located in north Oxford and serving the needs of the community for over 120 years. We offer versatile rooms of different sizes for rent at affordable prices, organise events for the community and provide space for local activity groups to flourish. This community centre is run by a management committee on behalf of the Parochial Church Council of St Margaret's Church.
St Margaret's Institute front door