The Berin Centre


The service is based in The Berin Centre, Berinsfield, providing support and activities for families and children under 5, along with a range of services for the local community including a weekly Community Larder on a Wednesday. The centre is generally open 9am - 4.00pm Monday - Thursday, 9am - 12.00pm Fridays, with free "Stay & Play" drop-in sessions on Monday and Tuesday mornings. Bumps and Bundles runs alongside the Health Visitor Clinic on Monday afternoons from 1.15 - 2.45pm.

A Sensory Impaired Group runs every Friday morning (invitation only), and our Growing Minds programme on Thursday afternoons (invitation only).

Riverside Counselling are based in the building and will accept self referrals.

Please check out our website or our Facebook page for regular updates on the services running.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Laura Harte
Contact Position
01865 341944 01865 341944
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Where to go

The Berin Centre
Wimblestraw Road
OX10 7LZ
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The service is in the previous Children's Centre. There is ample parking and good access. The Berin Centre is generally open 9am - 4.00pm Monday to Thursday, Friday 9am - 12.00pm.



Stay & Play Drop-ins and Bump & Babies are free.

To become a member of the weekly Community Larder service please go to so sign up for as little as £3.50/week!


Age Ranges
0-5years throughout the year some activities for up to 7 during school holidays
Referral required

Additional Information

Providing services to
0 - 4 years (pre-school)
4 - 11 years (primary school age)
11 - 16 years (secondary school age)
16 + years
Young people
Older people
Supporting people with
Physical disability
Hearing impairment
Vision impairment
Learning difficulty
Mental health conditions
Communication impairment


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