Secretary: Anne Ollivant - next meeting: tba

The Oxford Branch was started a while ago by Anne Ollivant and their dedicated members.

We meet every few months for supper at the Victoria Arms, Mill Lane, Old Marston, OX3 0QA. This is a beautiful riverside pub with moorings for punts, lots of ducks and good pub grub!

We provide a mixture of social and fund raising activities and usually have a lively meeting discussing SCKPA and branch business together with more national kidney issues. Occasionally we hold a post Christmas lunch at the Cotswold Lodge in Oxford at the end of January when commitments allow.

We supported the Sopp family at the Woodcote Steam Rally in July and ran the tombola that raised over £600 for SCKPA funds. Our stand also promoted awareness of organ donation.

Oxford branch at the Woodcote Steam Rally, report and photos. For more information on the Rally click this link

Oxford branch at The "Waddesdon" - the Oxford branch  provided marshals for the annual Waddesdon Horse Event organized by the Haddenham & District Rotary Club. 

Please email Anne if you are interested in joining our friendly group or contact John and Wendy Sutcliffe on 01869 350738.

Victoria Arms, Old Marston, OX3 0QA

Tribute to Valerie Mills

The Oxford Branch was extremely sad to hear of the loss of one of our most generous hearted and dedicated members who died in November after a long struggle with cancer. Val was a lively and positive person with a lovely smile and a great sense of humour.  She came as often as she could to our branch meetings and when she and Mike made it, they gave quite a lift to the group.  

She was a great contributor and could turn her hand to anything. She made delicious cakes at the Woodcote coffee mornings arranged by Joyce Sopp years ago.   She was invaluable at the Woodcote Steam Fair and without hesitation would pull up her sleeves and help wherever she was needed.

We will all miss her very much indeed and send our condolences to Mike. 


The photo shows Val (plus hat) with Beverly and Martin Wood at the horse event.