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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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Jollity ahead.

Posted - May 23, 2022

Jubilee@jericho starts with the Jericho Street Fair on June 4 which this year includes a street party tables area for you to celebrate with your own food or that bought at the fair. Lots of fun and food for children and everyone else and a huge variety of stalls. if you would like to book a stall, please click here. Great music at the Old Bookbinders stage and on into the evening. Local busineses are also being very generous with raffle prizes (see below).

The next day is the Jubilee service at St Barnabas Church with an orchestra. including tympany and trumpets

On Wednesday June 8 at 7.30 pm at Exeter College Cohen quade. it is Digging Jericho at the JCA AGM with a presentation from our entertaining city archeologist David Radford who promises Saxon kings along with some lost colleges. We will also be displaying the fascinating history of Jericho produced by Paul Southhouse, the architects for the new Lucy's building, and an opportunity for you to to let us know what you think about Jericho and how it could be improved.

On Wednesday June 8 it is St Barnabas day with a festival service and capapes at the Church. And rounding off the festivities on Sunday June 19 at 9.00am there is Run Jericho starting from St Barnabas School. Registration is now open - spaces, especially in the kids race, fill up quickly


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