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Wed, September 17, 2014

Wed September 17

Today at the Centre

Adult ballet (Yuka)

12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Adult ballet (Marianna)

7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Weekly activities list...

Last Bookshop

Quality remainder titles

From children’s books and cookery to art, literature and philosophy - with a café space


Football Coaching and ‘Keep Fit for Young Women’

St Barnabas School Field. Wednesdays and Thursdays, 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Free, just show up.  Age 13 years plus
For further information contact 07788 244 890


Welcome to the WaterBus

Cruising the canal

September 11 2014

Jericho now has a passenger boat service along the canal. This imaginative initiative from Jericho residents Christopher and Wendy Ball could serve as a pilot for a network of cruising routes around Oxford’s waterways.

To start with there is one boat, skippered by another Jericho resident, Alan Joyce. It shuttles between Hythe Bridge Street and Aristotle Lane - and…

Read more ...

Canalside affordable housing

August 13 2014
Community Association debates with SIAHAF

College Cruisers eviction

July 29 2014
Administrators seize part of their boatyard

JCA welcomes canalside development

July 22 2014
Community meeting debates SIAHAF plans

Canalside proposal

July 14 2014
SIAHAF applies for permission to develop derelict site

JCA Monthly Meeting

Sun 12 Oct - 8.00 pm-9.00 pm
Community Centre
Other recent postings

Jericho’s links with OUP

Jericho census profile

Happy days at the Scala

Frances Wright

Ted Harris

Cyril Pead


Mini retrospective of photography


Tried and tested

Tried and tested

Need help? We maintain a list of reliable local tradespeople.

Check the current list.

Table tennis

Table tennis in St Barnabas Church. Available to Jericho residents on Tuesday and Friday mornings. Sign up in the church porch.

A little history

24 Great Clarendon Street

Former shop

Did you know ...

Where we work?

According to the 2001 Census, in Jericho 28% of those working were self-employed, while 18% worked part time. Around 20% were in higher professional occupations compared with 14% for Oxford. We also tend to work nearby: 72% of people worked within five kilometres of their home; 18% went to work on foot, 13% by car and 6% by bike