An image of the Thames in Abingdon, ripped away to reveal a lonely older man looking out of a window. Text: Oxfordshire Uncovered Second Edition - Why effective philanthropy is needed to build thriving communities in our county

Find out more about the sources for the many facts and figures used in Oxfordshire Uncovered (second edition), published in 2023.

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Oxfordshire Uncovered 2023 references


Some key facts from the report:

  • Around 1,800 households are made homeless in Oxfordshire each year
  • 48,000 people in Oxfordshire say they often or always feel lonely
  • People living in the most deprived areas of the county tend to die 12 years earlier than those in affluent areas
  • In Oxford one in six children live in poverty

Note that these figures were correct at the time of the report’s publication, in November 2023.

Front cover of Oxfordshire Uncovered Second Edition



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