RECENT NEWS

The triangular site of Lucy's properties in Jericho surrounding St Sepulchres cemetery

A broad perspective on Lucy’s

Published - Sep 13 2018

But slow progress on the old health centre

Proposed electoral ward boundaries, with ‘Jericho’ expanding east and south

Jericho stretched

Published - Jul 25 2018

JCA challenges proposed ward boundary changes

Three generations enjoy a day at the Fair. Left to right: Delia Redding, Theresa Pullin, and Pat Rooney whose grand-daughter is in front with the fetching eye make-up.

A family affair

Published - Jun 10 2018

Thousands flock to Jericho Street Fair

From 12 noon, Canal Street will be packed with all manner of stalls.

Jericho Street Fair 2018

Published - Apr 30 2018

Jericho's social event of the year

Trains often keep their engines running even when parked in the sidings

Noisy idlers

Published - Apr 15 2018

Investigation on train nuisance

Artists and models

Published - Feb 27 2018

Drawing from life at the Community Centre

The Bookbinders organized a lunch for residents earlier this year.

Community lunch at the Bookbinders

Published - Feb 15 2018

Over-60s can eat for £5

Display your inner creativity

Published - Jan 09 2018

An opportunity for budding Jericho artists of all ages

The Church Institute building has done good service as a community centre,  but it does not generate sufficient income to be staffed full time and open to the public. There is no disabled access to the upper floors and no external play space.

Developer may change the plans for the community centre

Published - Dec 04 2017

SIAHAF will be making a new planning application

My Jericho

Published - Nov 18 2017

Weekly conversations in the Community Centre

Did you know?

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.

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.

Diary

Cancer support tea and cakes

Sat 29 Sep - 3.00 pm

Jericho Community Centre

My Jericho - coffee, cake and conversation


The Synagogue -- Tour and talk*

Wednesday 26 September - 5:45 PM

Oxford Synagogue

JCA monthly meeting

Monday 12 November - 8:00 PM

Community Centre