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JCA Notices

Jericho Community Pantry

Please support the Jericho Community Pantry which is hosted by St Barnabas Church. Surplus non-perishable food is provided by local shops or members of the public and is then available for collection by people who need it. 

The last information is available at the St Barnabas website.

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Life drawing classes

Explore your creativity -- all levels welcome. 

Local artist Mike England will starting life drawing classes at the community centre from January 8 2022.

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Join your local association

The JCA represents residents on local issues, organizes events, and runs the community centre. Membership is FREE.

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NEWS ITEM

Fair day for the Jubilee

Steph Pirrie and the wonderful Jericho Singers in harmony at the crossroads

Thousands fill Canal Street

Posted - June 12, 2022

Many thanks to everyone who helped at this year's Jericho Street Fair on June 4th for the Jubilee weekend. Also thanks for their support to our local businesses, including generous donations from the Bookbinders and Lucys Properties, and a fine range of raffles prizes from: Branca, Coffee 101, Daisies, the Harcourt Arms, the Phoenix Cinema, Jericho Hair Salon, Jericho Studio, Jericho Tavern, Manos, Standard Restaurant, Walton Street Cycles and Zheng restaurant. 

The Christies keep up with the raffle ticket sales

The Old Bookbinders staff get ready for action

Alexes Hollingsworth and Towler manage the ever-popular bouncy castle.

St Barnabas Church is a specialist in jumble sales

No fair is complete without candy floss

Zoe Guy on the JCA stall greets her grandson.

Dympna Irwin hands out free JCA party bags for lucky children

As ever, one of the longest queues of the day was for Sasi's amazing Thai food

Barbara Wright, and  Margaret Villamuera (right) selling bric-a-brac to support the Alive and Kicking group.

Great music all day at the Old Bookbinders

Bill McKeith speculates on the location of the Kilsby Theatre Boat at the Jericho Living Heritage Trust stall.

James and Lucy keep an eye on the swinging Catchpoles

Evocative music from Nick Gill and friend

Diary

St Sepulchre’s Garden Group Caring for Jericho's most peaceful space
Tuesday 9 August - 10:00 AM
St. Sepulchre's cemetary
Steph Pirrie Jazz
At the Harcourt Arms
Thursday 22 September - 8:00 PM
Harcourt Arms