Thomley is a place for people of all abilities and disabilities. We bring disabled people, their families, carers and friends together with experienced and nurturing staff that understand their needs.
What do we offer?
Our site is spacious and secure, with an excellent range of fully-accessible facilities. Each day our friendly and experienced staff run fun and educational activities which cater for all ages and abilities.
Who can visit?
We welcome disabled people of all ages from babies to adults, and their families, carers or friends. We support people at any stage of their diagnostic journey, whatever their additional needs.
We offer regular days for disabled visitors and their families. We also offer focus days for Pre-school children, adults, schools, respite groups and the wider community when any family can join us to enjoy our facilities. For more information, or to book your visit call: 01844 338380.
When can you come?
We are open 10:00 am to 3:30 pm, Tuesday to Saturday. In the school holidays we open on Mondays too. We also run evening youth clubs for disabled teenagers and take bookings for birthday parties and disability events. Take a look at our website to see when would be best to visit: www.thomley.org.uk/visit-us.
Our centre is just outside the village of Worminghall between Oxford and Aylesbury.
Who to contact
- Contact Position
- 01844 338380 01844 338380
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Where to go
- HP18 9JZ
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There is disabled parking, and access for wheelchairs throughout the site.
We have a cafe where you can buy hot and cold drinks and snacks throughout the day.
Booking via website is essential
- £13 Per day
£10 if you are in receipt of DLA or Income Support
- Age Ranges
- 0 - adult
- Referral required
- Referral Details
Children and adults do not need a statement or official diagnosis to use Thomley. We support people of all abilities.
- Providing services to
0 - 4 years (pre-school)
4 - 11 years (primary school age)
11 - 16 years (secondary school age)
16 + years
Disabled children/young people
- Supporting people with
Mental health conditions
Autistic Spectrum Condition
Record managed by Oxfordshire Family Information Service
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