The Let's Play Project

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The Let’s Play Project is a charity that specialises in fun After-School Clubs, Holiday Activities and Youth Groups for Young People aged 5-25 with additional needs, in the Banbury area. The Let’s Play Project also offers a regular Stay & Play session for under 5’s and their parents.

Our Mission

  • To give Young People the freedom and confidence to be themselves, to have fun with their peers and to increase the opportunities for young people with additional needs in the local community.

Our Values

  • We believe in equality of opportunity for all. We strive to create a positive, happy and inclusive environment where every Young Person is valued and their achievements are celebrated.

The Young People come to The Let's Play Project ultimately to have fun! They enjoy the chance to relax, unwind and experience opportunities which they may not get the chance to access elsewhere. We provide this through a variety of different clubs and activity provisions.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Sammy Bates
Contact Position
Activities Manager
01295 810661 01295 810661
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Where to go

The Let's Play Project
Twyford Road
OX17 3JL
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£10.50  After school per session
£19.00  Per day

Each After-School Club is charged at £10.50 per session.

Holiday Activities are charged at £19.00 NB. there may be additional charges to cover trip costs and longer sessions.

Youth Group is charged at £9.50 per session.

Stay and Play sessions are charged at £2.00 per session.

There may be additional funding we can explore so please do ask if finances are a worry for you and your family.


Age Ranges
5 - 18 years
Referral required
Referral Details

Open access - self-referral.

Additional Information

Providing services to
Young people
Disabled children/young people
Supporting people with
Physical disability
Hearing impairment
Vision impairment
Challenging behaviour
Learning difficulty
Mental health conditions
Autistic Spectrum Condition
Communication impairment


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