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Guideposts group waving to the camera, in front of the big green #LondonZOO sign

Amazing what you find at London Zoo!

A day trip to London Zoo was extra special for members of Guideposts Friendship 4 All, boosting confidence as well as happiness.

Our Space at The Albion

Our Space – a Thriving Community in Chipping Norton

Our Space, a thriving community social evening for adults with disabilities and related conditions.

Steph at the Albion

Meet Steph: Team Leader, The Albion

Find out what motivates Steph and inspired her to join Guideposts as a Team Lead at The Albion.

Guideposts gardeners planting trees at Carterton Community Garden

New Carterton Community Garden Opens, supported by gardeners from Guideposts Dig’n’Grow

Gardeners from Guideposts “Dig’n’Grow” project helped to create the tranquil space for our neighbours in Carterton, by planting trees around the garden.

Woman looking really happy with 7 boxed meals ready in front of her

Making my own meal!

Guideposts member Chrissy tells us how she is learning independent life skills like cooking a meal for herself, with her support worker Jane.

Meet Anthony: Project Coordinator of Better Connected

Meet Anthony: Project Coordinator of Better Connected

Find out about the highlights and challenges Anthony faces as coordinator for Guideposts Better Connected.

Our Autumn Highlights for 2023

The latest news from Guideposts highlighting our recent activities. includes a focus on specialist day services for people with learning disabilities.

Mike smiling

A Tribute to Michael Mumby: A Special CONNECT Member

Mike Mumby was a well-loved member of CONNECT and supported other couples facing dementia. Guideposts' Liz reflects on the special person Mike was.

‘The Only Way To Have A Friend Is To Be One’ – Friendship Hints

Making friends is not always easy for people with a learning disability or autism. Take a look at our friendship hints!

Sam’s Zoo-per Adventure: The Difference Outings Can Make

Guideposts member Sam and support worker Jane tell us why outings can make such a big difference to people with a learning disability.