Residents of Jericho now have greater opportunities for shaping the future of this unique area.

Jericho census profile
Who and where we were in 2011
Area covered by the census analysis
Apr 13 2014
Another makeover for Cranham Street
New developments ahead
Cranham Street vista in an earlier age, around 1910. 
Photo: Penny & Sinclair.
Nov 05 2012

For a community vision
Unique opportunity to shape the future of Jericho
JCA Chair, Charlotte Christie (left) with Lorraine Hart at the AGM discussing the options for neighbourhood planning in Jericho.
Jun 01 2012
Multicolour makeover for ‘iconic’ Grantham
Grantham House sold
Overdue for a makeover - Grantham House in Cranham Street
Dec 05 2011

Cooperative proliferation
Another Coop for Walton Street
The Coop will occupy two of the three shop units on the left
Dec 04 2011
Developing our doorstep
Changes ahead for Jericho
Ros Weatherall said: “Paul was not sure that the people of Jericho realised quite what was happening. He wanted us to start thinking about how the whole place was developing, rather than just accepting piecemeal things that are offered from different developers as they come along.”
Dec 01 2011

Grantham gone
Building sold
May 14 2011
Welcome to Jericho
New wall plaque
May 12 2011

New health centre on the horizon
Could open September 2012
Proposed view from Cardigan St.
May 03 2011
Here comes the crowd
Large developments ahead
Walton Street, one of the city’s key north-south routes, is likely to become more congested, with many more cyclists and pedestrians. People already often have to step into the street to pass each other on the narrow pavements. One option might be to close the street to through traffic.
Nov 01 2010

Objections to Chiltern railway plans
Pollution risk
May 19 2010
Mount Place makeover options
Ideas from Oxford Brookes University
Students at the Area Committee meeting
Nov 02 2009

Waiting for the water
Parts of Jericho at flood risk
Julia Environment Agency officer explains flood maps to Victor Street resident Joëlle Mann
Nov 01 2009
Jericho by numbers
A snapshot of Jericho from the 2001 census
Most Jericho residents rent their homes
Apr 02 2005

Did you know?

The origins of Nelson Street?

Nelson Street takes its name from a local pub, the Lord Nelson, subsequently renamed Carpenters’ Arms—which has since been converted to housing.

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.


OUP Orchestra Spring Concert
Wed 10 Apr - 7.30 am
St Barnabas ChurcH

Next meeting
Father Christopher
St Barnabas Church
Wed 3 Apr - 5:45pm
At: St Barnabas Church Cafe

Latest My Jericho reports
Peter Hitchens
Mark Damazer
Jericho Community Boatyard

Jericho Health Walk
Thursday 28 March - 1:30 PM
Jericho Health Centre
JCA monthly meeting
Monday 8 April - 8:00 PM
Community Centre
St Sepulchre’s Garden Group Wednesday 27 March - 10:00 AM
St. Sepulchre's cemetary