JERICHO ECHO - No. 37, Dec 1996

Jericho Echo

The Jericho Echo was the community newspaper. It was published over two periods:
July 79 to Aug 88 (issues 01 to 35)
Oct 95 to July 14 (issues 33 to 75)
(note the overlap in issue numbers)

Read all of issue 37 as a PDF file.

For for the second period, the main articles can be read from the links below. Echo articles from this period also form part of the Jericho Online news archive.

Skip in the street

Dedicated to all the builders working in Jericho last summer, and to those who employed them. To the tune of Skip to my Lou.

Traces of ancient Walton

An excavation behind a house in Walton Street offered a glimpse of a late-Saxon settlement and a medieval farmhouse.

Reverse on parking charges

Jericho residents, along with groups all over the city, overwhelmingly rejected the £50 per permit parking proposal. But the issue remains wide open.

Welcome rejects

Members of the 'Jericho Rejects' drama group are among Oxford's most popular entertainers.

Question of swings and roundabouts

The school is proposing that the children's playground be moved from its present site behind the school to the corner of the school field at Hart Street and Great Clarendon Street.