Welcome to the North Oxford edition of The Oxford Magazine.
This is your invaluable guide to news, events, businesses and services in the North Oxford, starting from St Giles – on the northern edge of the city centre – to University Parks, Park Town, Jericho, St Margaret’s, Waterways, Summertown, Wolvercote and Sunnymead in the north.
The North Oxford area is a very attractive residential area with easy access to the city centre, an incredible range of local shops and services, as well as sports and leisure facilities and open countryside. The area is home to several independent schools and some of Oxford’s most expensive houses.
Henley-on-Thames has been revealed as the start of the OVO Energy Women’s Cycling Tour through Oxfordshire on Wednesday 12th June. Elite cyclist Sophie Wright recently met with organisers, press and representatives from Henley Town Council and announced that the third stage of the race will start from Market Place in
Disused underground Victorian toilets situated opposite Martyrs’ Memorial in St Giles’ Oxford are to be turned into bed and breakfast rooms with views of the Randolph Hotel and Ashmolean Museum. The men’s loos first opened in the late 19th Century but were closed by the city council in 2008. The
Clear and calm: 1930s Oxford villa by Rogue Designs. A beautifully peaceful project for an adventurous client. Features: Lighting designs from the phenomenal David Weeks Studio, New York, alongside FontanaArte, Catallani and Smith, and Ilide. Inset stove with black steel frame, floating glass hearth and lime washed floorboards. Bespoke floor