NEWS ARCHIVE

This is a list of all the news articles on this site, and its predecessor, the Jericho Echo, back to 1995.

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Title Date
See Jericho from another platform Jun 28 2024
Crowds gather for Fest 24 Jun 09 2024
Jericho Fest 2024 Jun 08 2024
The Bookbinder of Jericho May 13 2024
Traffic controls ahead Apr 20 2024
Who we are Apr 03 2024
Fr. Michael Wright Feb 25 2024
Save Gloucester Green Market Jan 20 2024
A brief history of Jericho Jan 01 2024
Ali’s store has been sold Nov 21 2023
St Paul’s conversion Oct 18 2023
What if…. Jul 09 2023
Fair days for the Jericho Festival Jun 12 2023
Sainsbury’s in Jericho May 30 2023
From one birth to another Apr 27 2023
A Building for All of Oxford Apr 14 2023
A welcome sign for spring Mar 23 2023
Cornerstone planning appeal upheld Feb 10 2023
Planning Inspector to consider Cornerstone’s appeal Jan 14 2023
A bracing start to the New Year Jan 04 2023

Did you know?

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.

About the church bells?

Originally the Church only had the single ‘Barney’s Bell’. In 1890, when the clock was installed, it was decided to add a set of tubular bells to ring the chimes and the hour strike, as well as a tune or ‘carillon’. The are driven by an elaborate mechanical contraption.

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