SeeSaw events

The SeeSaw events calendar is already looking busy for 2019. We’ve got lots on to suit all tastes - from challenge events such as bike rides and half marathons, to business networking events, to community events across Oxfordshire. 

If you are interested in supporting SeeSaw by taking part in or volunteering at any of the following events, please call or email Lucy in the Fundraising Team who would love to hear from you (01865 744768). 

Do you have a fundraising idea in mind that's not listed below? Lucy is on hand with advice and support to help make it happen.

Forthcoming events:

Oxford Half Marathon -  Sunday 13th October 2019

Oxford Half

2018 was our best year yet at the Oxford Half Marathon. We had over 40 runners sign up to take on the 13.1 mile fast and flat route which takes in some of Oxford's most iconic sights. Together our 'SeeSaw Stars' raised over £15,000 for SeeSaw!

Could this be the challenge for you in 2019? When you run for SeeSaw we're with you every step of the way. We're on hand with training tips, fundraising advice and ideas, and we're there on the day to cheer you on to the finish line. 

To apply for a FREE SeeSaw place please download an application form and return to Lucy by email on Please also refer to our Terms and Conditions

 The Big Oxford Charity Firewalk - Saturday 16th November

SeeSaw is teaming up with other local charities to host an incredible Firewalk this November at the Oxford Rugby Football Club.

Firewalking shows us the vastness of our own human potential, shifting the energy of fear into the energy of growth. The bed of fire is usually between 8 and 12 feet in length, and the temperature of the embers can reach 1200Fahrenheit. Contact Jane to find out more about this incredible challenge!



If you're looking for a brilliant cycling challenge for 2018 then why not take on Bike Oxford in support of SeeSaw? Bike Oxford is a day of marked rides of 25, 50 and 80 miles starting and finishing at Oxford University Rugby Club on Iffley Road, and taking in the best scenery of Oxford and the surrounding countryside.