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League of Friends

The League of Friends is a voluntary organisation which supports the work of the hospitals in the Trust.

The League of Friends is able to provide much needed equipment and comforts for the benefit of patients and staff through the income raised by the work of volunteers.

Volunteers run cafeterias and tea bars for patients, visitors and hospital staff. Volunteers are always required to help. This is a rewarding and worthwhile cause, and if you can spare a couple of hours each week, it would be greatly appreciated. Assistance is given towards travel expenses.

Contact us

If you would like to be a League of Friends volunteer, or send a contribution to the funds it raises for the hospital, please get in touch.

Main hospital / Women's Centre, JR

Chairman, League of Friends
The Women's Centre
John Radcliffe Hospital
Oxford OX3 9DU

Tel: 01865 220997

Email: LeagueOfFriends-JR@ouh.nhs.uk

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West Wing, JR

David Parker, Chairman, League of Friends
LG1 West Wing
John Radcliffe Hospital
Oxford OX3 9DU

Tel: 01865 234802

Churchill Hospital

League of Friends, Churchill Hospital

Tel: 01865 225598

Horton General Hospital

League of Friends, Horton General Hospital

Tel: 01295 250992

Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre

Maureen Pope, Chairman, League of Friends
Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre

Tel: 01865 738231

Cafeterias and shops

July 2020 - COVID-19 update

Some of these outlets have not yet re-opened: we will add opening hours when the situation changes.

John Radcliffe Hospital

  • League of Friends cafeteria
    Level 2, main hospital
  • League of Friends tea bar
    Level 1, Women's Centre (outpatients)
  • League of Friends cafeteria
    Level LG1, West Wing

Churchill Hospital

  • League of Friends cafeteria
    Level 1 above main entrance.

Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre

  • League of Friends shop
    Main reception
    Newspapers, toiletries, books, small gifts, sandwiches, snacks, tea and coffee.
  • League of Friends: Oxford Centre for Enablement
    The League of Friends supports Martin Moore's shop in the Oxford Centre for Enablement with his team of volunteers. The League of Friends also has a small group of volunteers who give support to clients and staff within OCE. They received funding from 'Grassroots' for activities to be undertaken within the day room.

Horton General Hospital

  • League of Friends shop
    From main entrance along corridor and past information desk
    Newspapers, toiletries, books, small gifts, sandwiches, snacks.

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