Distinctive houses

Many of Jericho's houses have been converted from different types of building. Here are some of these.

Former boys school, now School Court

School Court

Published - Dec 26 2012

Former boys'school

23 Albert Street

Published - Jul 02 2000

Used to be the Baker's Arms

24 Great Clarendon Street

Published - Sep 03 1999

Former shop

The building when occupied by a furniture workshop

No. 6 King Street

Published - Mar 02 1999

The building that now houses Art Jericho

No. 35 Albert Street

Published - Nov 02 1998

Former School

27 Cranham Street

Published - Feb 03 1998

Former Wesleyan Chapel

Mutton Yard

Published - Oct 04 1997

Originally part of a slaughterhouse

No 1 King Street

Published - Oct 02 1996

Former grain store

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

The history of the Phoenix?

There has been a cinema here since 1913. Orginally it the ‘North Oxford Kinema’, since when it has passed through many hands and names, including the Scala, the New Scala, the Studios 1 and 2, Studio X (a club showing soft porn) and finally in 1977 the Phoenix.


Network Rail drop-in session

Wed 30 May - 3.00 pm

Jericho Community Centre

Jericho Street Fair 2018

Sat 09 Jun - 12.00 pm

Canal Street

My Jericho - coffee, cake and conversation

Principal of Somerville Baroness Jan Royall of Blaisdon

Wednesday 11 July - 5:45 PM

Somerville College

JCA monthly meeting

Monday 11 June - 8:00 PM

Community Centre

St Sepulchre’s Garden Group

Tuesday 12 June - 10:00 AM

St. Sepulchre's cemetary

A little litterpick

Saturday 7 July - 10:00 AM

Jericho Community Centre