The Rotary Club of Oxford Isis Trust Fund


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our fun day out...

We hold our car show each year to raise much needed funds for local and international charities. In the past we have supported...

SUNDAY AUGUST 12th 2018 - 11am to 5pm at Cutteslowe Park, off Harbord Road, Oxford, OX2 8NP

Finding Salvation

Cars come in all shapes and sizes, ages and conditions. As a visitor you can take your pick and have your photo taken with the best in show or just your favourite.

Beyond cars there are free bus rides, stalls selling everything from cakes to crysanthemums, a selection of attractions aimed at our younger audience, funfair activities and lots of friendly Rotary helpers making sure you and your family enjoy a memorable day out.

A selection of pictures from our previous year's shows can be found on the pictures page. These hopeful give a flavour of the diversity of vehicles and activities that the show offers.


Generously loaned to us by Oxford City Council; Cutteslowe Park lies to the north of the Oxford Northern By-Pass (A40). Approaching from either east or west the junction is well signposted as it's off the road to Oxford Parkway railway station. If truning off the Northern By-pass its then a right turn into Harbord Road. If approaching from Water Eaton then its a left turn into Harbord Road. There is ample free car parking and it is well sign-posted once you are on Harbord Road . Pedestrian entry is via Harbord Road the car show is on fields below the Northern Pavillion. 

Rotary Making a difference

As Rotary is a volunteer organisation! We can gaurantee we have the lowest possible costs and as such we can donate the absolute maximum to our chosen charities. For next year, 2018 we shall announce our chosen charities in due course. in 2017 we supported Footseps Foundation and The African Children's Fund.


Footsteps Foundation pays towards the costs of Footsteps therapy for those families that cannot afford it. The project funds between 15 and 80% of therapy costs, depending on household income. Their mission is to improve the quality of life for children and young adults affected by neurological disorders, enabling them to receive the intensive physiotherapy they need, regardless of whether their families can afford private treatment or not.

Footsteps therapy helps disabled children develop their physical abilities and helps increase their self-confidence.  The Family Grants project – whilst primarily benefiting disabled children – also has a significant impact on their parents and siblings by relieving financial strain on the family.  And, when a child can do more for themselves, that helps ease the pressure on daily family life.

You can find out more about Footseps by going to their website at:


The African Children's Fund

They believe children are the future.

They believe every child should:

  • Have adequate food and shelter
  • Have the opportunity to learn and go to school
  • Be cared for and nurtured
  • Live without fear, with the expectation of equality and justice
  • Be given a voice and have their opinions respected and concerns addressed

The African Children's Fund works in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe, take a look at their website and see for youself how making a difference to childre's everyday lives can be achieved.