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The Oxford Magazine is launching a new digital print magazine.
The Oxford Magazine is launching a new digital print magazine.

Summertown

Summertown, Oxford, Oxfordshire

About Summertown

Welcome to the Summertown edition of The Oxford Magazine

Summertown in North Oxford is a vibrant shopping and business centre and an attractive residential area bounded by the Cherwell River to the east, and the Oxford Canal to the west.

It offers easy access to an incredible range of shops and services of all kinds, as well as sports and leisure facilities and open countryside. It is also home to several independent schools and some of Oxford most expensive houses.


Local news & stories

Carter Jonas appoints two new surveyors to its Oxford Planning & Development team. Image: Edward Walter (L) and Finn White (R)
/ Construction & Real Estate

Carter Jonas appoints two new surveyors to its Oxford Planning & Development team

National property consultancy Carter Jonas has appointed two surveyors – Edward Walter and Finn White – to its Oxford Planning & Development team. 
Award winning recruitment agency Hooray opens Oxford branch.
/ Professional Services

Award winning recruitment agency Hooray opens Oxford branch

Hooray, an award-winning recruitment agency, has launched in Oxfordshire, bringing ethical recruiting to the county.
Rankings mark a successful year for Oxfordshire-based law firm Hedges. Image: Nicola Poole - Hedges Managing Director
/ Professional Services

Rankings mark a successful year for Oxfordshire-based law firm Hedges

Oxfordshire-based law firm Hedges has once again been ranked highly in two of the UK’s most prestigious national guides to the best law firms in the country.
Hedges announces latest round of hires. Image (left to right) Ian Davies, Alexandra Baggallay, and Head of Summertown Office, Daniel Boyle
/ Professional Services

Hedges announces latest round of hires including a Head of Summertown Office

Hedges has announced its latest round of new hires comprising family law specialists Alexandra Baggallay and Ian Davies, and Head of Summertown Office, Daniel Boyle.
Samson Kambalu: New Liberia at Modern Art Oxford - things to do in Oxfordshire this bank holiday
/ Things To Do

An insider’s guide to the contemporary arts venues in Oxford

Oxford is a city steeped in history and culture, but it also boasts several contemporary art venues that showcase exciting and innovative work by emerging and established artists.
The Butcher, The Tailor, The Picture-Frame Maker…Stories of Middle Way
/ Arts & Entertainment

The Butcher, The Tailor, The Picture-Frame Maker…Stories of Middle Way

This intriguing and alternative local history of Summertown, Oxford, by historian Gareth Winrow, is a perfect read for anyone interested in family and house histories and the history of Oxford.
Cherwell School in Oxford has retained its ‘outstanding’ rating from Ofsted.
/ Education

Cherwell School in Oxford retains its ‘outstanding’ rating from Ofsted

The Cherwell School in Marston Ferry Road received the top grading after inspectors from the national school standards watchdog visited in October.
Swing Into Christmas - Enjoy the best live swing music in Oxford this Christmas
/ Arts & Entertainment

Concert orchestra formed in lockdown is touring with a spectacular Christmas show

Performing quintessential Christmas songs and classic tunes from the swing and big band eras, this show is sure to be a festive treat not to be missed.
£2.5m in council tax energy rebate waiting to be claimed by Oxford residents
/ Housing

£2.5m in council tax energy rebate waiting to be claimed by Oxford residents

Those who are eligible for the rebate but who do not pay their bill by direct debit will need to fill in an online form to claim the £150 payment. Claims can only be made online, not by phone, email or in writing.
£500,000 grant received to support Oxford become a zero emission city
/ Transport

£500,000 grant received to support Oxford become a zero emission city

Oxfordshire County Council, in partnership with Oxford City Council, has received a £500,000 grant to support Oxford to become a zero emission transport city.