|That’s a relief||Jun 11 2017|
|A great day out in Jericho||Jun 03 2017|
|Great value stalls at the Jericho Street Fair||May 21 2017|
|Sing for your lunch||May 12 2017|
|A Morse proposal||Apr 14 2017|
|Dangerous parking at St Barnabas School||Apr 11 2017|
|This will be a swift AGM||Mar 26 2017|
|In plain sight||Feb 20 2017|
|173 years and counting…||Feb 09 2017|
|A joined-up community||Feb 02 2017|
|Hip hangout||Jan 19 2017|
|Post Office rolls on||Jan 09 2017|
|Art Jericho closes||Dec 21 2016|
|Seeking a viable route||Dec 06 2016|
|Somerville protects Bedford||Nov 11 2016|
|Latest Castle Mill flats consultations||Sep 29 2016|
|A & K rev up for the autumn||Aug 23 2016|
|Great day at Jericho Street Fair||Jun 12 2016|
|Reprieve for Jericho bus||May 31 2016|
|Jericho Wharf gets planning permission||Apr 28 2016|
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.
Why Jericho still has such a mix of houses?
Jericho’s intriguing mix of housing today owes a lot, to the Residents’ Association in the 1960s and 1970s which together with the then Vicar and some local councillors resisted plans to bulldoze the whole area and turn it over to offices and light industrial use.
Former MD of Radio 4, Master of St Peters College