This is the website of the Oxford Aspies social group for adults with Aspergers and High Functioning Autism. The group was founded in 2001. We meet twice a month in The King's Arms 40 Holywell Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 3SP

We are very sorry, but we are currently full, and therefore unable to take on any new members. We will let you know as and when this changes. Thank you for your understanding. 

We are currently looking for volunteers to help with the group. Please contact if interested.

We meet in the Wadham room to the left of the entrance, which is reserved especially for us.
Once you have joined our mailing list, we will let you know what day we meet. We will also let you know about any other events we do, such as meals out and bike rides. If you would like to join our mailing list, please email us at 
(sorry we have taken this email out as we're currently unable to take on new people) and explain your interest in joining. We have this as a policy so we can monitor who comes into the group, to protect the privacy of group members.
The Group is very informal and we have a casual dress code (i.e. jeans and trainers are fine). You are welcome to come late/leave early if that is more convenient for you. Food and drink is available but not in any way compulsory. About 1/3 of us have dinner there every month.

The group is nice and welcoming. Oxford Aspies was founded in 2001, and has grown slowly but steadily since then. We now have a list membership of approximately 60 members, and on average 10-20 people attend each twice monthly meeting. Mostly we sit and chat. Sometimes we bring board games and some of us play them together. Newcomers are also welcome to bring board games/magazines etc. they would like to discuss.
Disclaimer: The group is for adults aged 16+. However, as the venue sells alcohol, all 16-18 year olds must by law be accompanied by a parent/guardian/family member/friend aged 18+, who will be responsible for them. If you are lucky, you may be able to arrange for another member of the group to be your guardian. Please negotiate and arrange this before attending meetings without parents.

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Last updated 2018
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