So far only scaffolding....

Castle Mill flatline

Published - Dec 13 2018

Slow progress on mitigating the impact on Port Meadow

Faisal Shaukat at Ali's Jericho Store

Faisal shows the way

Published - Nov 21 2018

Jericho shopkeeper is a champion good neighbour

Laura Townsend with her son and friends

New faces in the community cafe

Published - Oct 23 2018

Laura takes over on Saturday mornings

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

Did you know?

Who has a car?

According to the 2001 Census, only 47% of Jericho households have a car compared with 67% for Oxford as a whole.

How many people live in Jericho?

In 2011 Jericho had a population of 1,400 residents living in households. There are no communal establishment residents. There has been little change in the total number of residents since 2001.


Sat 22 Dec - 12.00 pm Community Centre
My Jericho - coffee, cake and conversation
Visit to the Lord Mayor's parlour
Wednesday 9 January - 5:30 PM
Town Hall