Fr. Michael Wright

Published - Feb 25 2024

Farewell to a courageous parish priest and community organizer

Save Gloucester Green Market

Published - Jan 20 2024

This valuable resource needs to reach its full potential for generating wealth locally

A brief history of Jericho

Published - Jan 01 2024

By Paul Southouse Architects

Ali’s store has been sold

Published - Nov 21 2023

Change of use likely

St Paul’s conversion

Published - Oct 18 2023

Lucy's new building emerges from the rubble

What if….

Published - Jul 09 2023

... we could spread flower seeds, soil and water in every neglected corner of our city's streets.

Fair days for the Jericho Festival

Published - Jun 12 2023

Weekend activities dodge the downpours

Sainsbury’s in Jericho

Published - May 30 2023

New branch in Walton Street

From one birth to another

Published - Apr 27 2023

Entertaining presentation at the JCA AGM

A Building for All of Oxford

Published - Apr 14 2023

Presentation at JCA Annual General Meeting

Did you know?

How religious we are?

In the 2001 Census, some 50% of Jericho residents said they were Christian, 2.2% Muslim, 1.9% Buddhist and 1.2% professed other religions, while 34% of people said they had no religion. In Oxford as a whole the proportion with no religion was 24%.

Cranham Street used to be a blot on the city

Before Grantham House was built, the site became notoriously derelict, making Cranham Street according to the local press a ‘blot on the city’ – wrecked by local children, and a refuge for rats and for ‘layabouts sleeping off the drink’ who were repeatedly evicted by the police.


Come and sing Stainer’s Crucifixion Sat 02 Mar - 2.00 pm
St Barnabas Church
Haydn: The Seven Last Words Sat 02 Mar - 7.30 pm
Worcester College Chapel
St Sepulchre’s Garden Group Caring for Jericho's most peaceful space
Tuesday 12 March - 10:00 AM
St. Sepulchre's cemetary

Next meeting
Being a vicar in a strange world
Fr Christopher Woods Thu 7 Mar - 6:30pm
At: St Barnabas Church