About the Echo
The Jericho Echo is the community newspaper for Jericho, a predominantly residential district in the centre of Oxford.
The paper is published two or three times per year, according to available material, working time, and editorial whim. This, and the online version, are edited and produced for the Jericho Community Association by Peter Stalker.
The paper's masthead, drawn by Jim Needle, is a panoramic collage of many of Jericho's buildings. On the far left is the front of Oxford University Press (which prints the paper free of charge). On the far right is the distinctive tower of St. Barnabas Church. The version on the website, as above, is stretched by repetition, and also watercoloured (by Liza Picard).
The printed Echo carries details of local meetings and events. The abridged, on-line version includes the lead story from each issue, along with a selection of short feature articles.
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