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OCRA: Coronavirus – COVID-19 Statement (19 Mar 2020)

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In light of the latest Government recommendations we at OCRA would like to publicise the following statements: We encourage all members and users of the charity and Pavilion in the Park to follow government guidance about social distancing and self-isolation if appropriate.

OCRA Empowering 18-24 year olds with Confidence and Motivation Workshops

Empowering Enterprise

Okehampton Community and Recreation Association (OCRA) have partnered with South Devon based company I Can Do That to provide a series of confidence and motivation workshops for those who are 18-24 years old and not in employment. The delivery will take place at OCRA’s Pavilion in the Park, with Simmons Park as the backdrop it …

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OCRA Charity Fun Run and Festive Market

Festive Fun Run and Christmas Market

Sunday December 15th saw more than 50 jolly joggers of all ages take part in Okehampton Community and Recreation Association’s (OCRA) Festive 5k Fun Run. The event, in aid of OCRA, saw runners and walkers decked out in festive dress take on the two lap course around Simmons Park and Okehampton College’s grounds.

Partnership Services

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Tor Support Services offers confidential counselling advice and support for people aged 5 to 25 in Okehampton and the surrounding area.  You can find more information at http://www.torsupportservices.org.uk.

Tavistock Area Schools OCRA Ability Games

Forty Five children from Princetown, Horrabridge, Lamerton, St Peter’s, Tavistock, Bere Alston and Whitchurch primary schools took part in an Ability Games event, hosted by Bere Alston school and run by OCRA coaches.

Why the big PAWs? Teddy Bear’s Picnic, of course

Simmons Park visitors were certainly in for a big surprise this Easter as the Pavilion Café hosted its first Teddy Bears’ Picnic. Staged as park of Okehampton sports charity OCRA’s holiday activities, the picnic offered a full family afternoon starting with a teddy trail in the park, multi-sports on the cricket pitch and the picnic …

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