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Salvation Army Bicester

Salvation Army Bicester

Salvation Army Bicester: Doesn't provide shelter Doesn't provide shelter
Salvation Army Bicester: Provides guidance Provides guidance
Salvation Army Bicester: Provides new skill learning Provides new skill learning
Salvation Army Bicester: Accepts time Accepts time
Salvation Army Bicester: Accepts things Accepts things
Salvation Army Bicester: Accepts money Accepts money

Contact Details

Salvation Army Bicester Address: Hart Place, Bicester  - OX26 4FR
Hart Place, Bicester
OX26 4FR
Salvation Army Bicester Phone Number: 01869 369 160
01869 369 160

Service Type

Day services

Operating Hours

Fridays 10am-2pm

Eligibility & Referral

Drop in

Service Description

The office is staffed on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, so please leave a message on the phone and a member of staff will get back to you as soon as possible. 


An informal drop-in for those who are homeless and those struggling with addiction.  

Donations of warm clothing are accepted over the winter months. Throughout the year, donations of tents, sleeping bags and toiletries are welcome.

Due to storage space and staff availability to receive items, it is politely requested that people contact the Salvation Army prior to dropping off donations.




Key functions & activities offered

The drop in provides:

  • A safe place and a friendly face
  • Helpful items such as clothes, bedding and tents
  • Food and drinks

The Salvation Army also wants to give a hand up and not just a hand out and so also provides:

  • One-to-one support to help people make steps towards a life that is safer, healthier and happier

Bridges run ‘The Sobriety Society Group’ every Wednesday from 10:45 am until 12:00 pm. If you would like more information, please email 

Bridges Drop-in works in collaboration with Oxfordshire Adult Learning, Ruskin College and Aspire to provide opportunities for a wide range of face-to-face and online courses through "Community learning led by the community".

The courses are often bespoke covering subjects such as:

  • Introduction to Maths
  • Introduction to English
  • Mental health, cooking and wellbeing