COMMUNITY SITE FOR THE JERICHO DISTRICT OF OXFORD, UK
UK and ‘reggae’ flags on display at the Jericho Street Fair
After a snow storm in Walton Street in 1908. The cleared track is for the horse tramway. See other historic images.
Alan Rusbridger (centre right) former Guardian editor, now president of LMH, talking at My Jericho
Susan Moser signs up as a member of the Jericho Community Association
Jericho’s own little litter pick in July 2017, organized by John Mair, in the fetching pink shirt
One the liveliest local groups, the Jericho Singers
Corner of Walton St and Little Clarendon Street, 1869. See other historic images.
Interesting activity at the Jericho Community Centre
Jericho gets its ducks in a row
Winter scene at the Oxford Canal
News posted - January 19, 2019
This winter the Jericho Community Association is helping to provide rough sleepers with shelter for the night. The JCA is working with Oxford Winter Night Shelter which organizes accommodation in a different location each night in community centres and churches around Oxford city centre.
We provide rooms at the Jericho Community Centre on a Friday night, until March 31st. The guests are provided with a warm welcome, hot drinks and a snack on arrival, a warm bed, and breakfast the following morning.
The services are provided by a group of trained volunteers who work evening or morning shifts, with some also sleeping in the community centre for the night.
Further information from Oxford Winter Night Shelter