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Fri, July 25, 2014

Fri July 25

Today at the Centre

Bellydancing

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

One Life Youth Rally

7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Free English Class

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Adult ballet (Yuka)

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Weekly activities list...

Last Bookshop

Quality remainder titles

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

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Table tennis

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

LATEST NEWS

JCA welcomes canalside development

Community meeting debates SIAHAF plans

July 22 2014

At a meeting organized by the JCA at St Barnabas School on July 21, local residents debated the planning proposal from SIAHAF.

For the JCA, Charlotte Christie said: “The Jericho Community Association welcomes the development of this site. This planning application will provide the community facilities that we need, and better connect Jericho to its canal and to the communities…

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Canalside proposal

July 14 2014
SIAHAF applies for permission to develop derelict site

Jericho Wharf proposals could cost community an extra £1.6 million

June 23 2014
Fundraising implications of SIAHAF plans

Bubbly event

June 16 2014
Crowds flock to Street Fair

Canalside application underway

May 19 2014
Plans from SIAHAF

JCA Monthly Meeting

Mon 08 Sep - 8.00 pm-9.00 pm
Community Centre

St Sepulchre’s Garden Group

Wed 10 Sep - 10.00 am-12.00 pm
St Sepulchre's Cemetery
Other recent postings

Jericho’s links with OUP

Jericho census profile

Happy days at the Scala

Frances Wright

Ted Harris

Cyril Pead

Table tennis

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

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

A little history

Mutton Yard

Originally part of a slaughterhouse

Did you know ...

What St Barnabas Church cost to build?

Thomas Combe the Superin­tendent of OUP and it was he who commissioned and paid for the construc­tion of the church in 1869 at a cost of £6,492. All the interior fittings were provided for about £900. The campanile was erected in 1872 for £800.