Welcome to Style Acre
Supporting people with learning disabilities
Style Acre enhances the lives of people with learning disabilities in creative and innovative ways. Each and every individual we support is valued and helped to lead a meaningful life whilst realising their potential.
Style Acre is committed to enabling the people we support make choices about their lives. Style Acre provides day opportunities, supported living,work development and community involvement for adults with learning disabilities, across Oxfordshire.
With an excellent reputation within the learning disability & charity sector, the community and social services, Style Acre is considered a forward-looking organisation, committed to developing new services and working in partnership with individuals and their families.
Style Acre is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and is an approved provider with Oxfordshire County Council.
We currently have the following vacancies:
Why not join the Style Acre team? We are increasing our services and have vacancies in Didcot, Henley, Oxford, Wallingford and Witney.
Style Acre Cabin opens at Howbery Business Park - Read Press Release
ITV 'Tonight' looks at life for people with learning disabilities in the UK, featuring Style Acre. Watch here
Style Acre's new sensory garden featured on BBC Click here to view.
An evening with John Craven OBEand 3 course dinner. Find out more here.
We will be sad to goodbye to some of our SUPPORT WORKERS as they leave for uni - but this means we have some great job opportunities! Click here for more info.
The Style Acre Banbury Support Hub - work is underway! Find out more here.
Can you spare a few hours supporting Style Acre? We are looking for volunteers to help out at our lovely Tea Room in Blewbury, where we provide work experience for people we support. Contact here for more information.
Samantha Cameron hosts charity reception for Style Acre to raise awareness about plans to develop a much needed Support Hub in North Oxfordshire.
Style Acre on BBC South Today here
What we do
How we support people with learning disabilities to live in your own homes, with friends or with family
Providing leisure and work-related activities in the community.