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Oxfordshire Uncovered

The Oxfordshire Community Foundation has published a report highlighting the inequalities in Oxfordshire. 

“Latest information published by the Office for National Statistics shows that the gap in life expectancy for men in different parts of Oxford city has increased by 11 years since 2007.

The wards of North Oxford and Northfield Brook (in east Oxford, next to Blackbird Leys ward) are just six miles apart, but reveal the huge disparities between people with different levels of privilege and deprivation in the city. This reflects findings in OCF’s Oxfordshire Uncovered report that there are 15 neighbourhoods in Oxfordshire ranked among the 20% most deprived nationally.

Whilst the figures for Northfield Brook have not changed, there has been a large increase in life expectancy in North ward, which encompasses Summertown, Walton Manor and Park Town – some of the most affluent parts of the city. In this area, men can expect to live until 90, and disability-free until 74; whereas men in Northfield Brook die on average at the age of 75 (below the national average), and fall ill from 59.” From Life expectancy differs by 15 years between men in north Oxford vs Northfield Brook

Read the report:

Oxfordshire Uncovered

Vicar of Holy Trinity, Headington Quarry, Oxford

For the ‘village church in the city’ we are seeking a priest who will:

  • Work collaboratively with a friendly and supportive community
  • Preach in a thought-provoking way from a deep and sacramental faith
  • Value inclusivity and variety in worship and in life
  • Lead in community outreach, pastoral care and building development

For an informal conversation about the post, please contact Archdeacon Martin Gorick on 01865-208263

Parish profile available here

Application form available here

Application guidance notes here

Recruitment monitoring form here

Closing date: 16th August 2018

Interviews in Headington on 17th September 2018

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Hill End Parish Day – Important Notice

Due to a fairly low level of interest in our Hill End day, we will not be running the event this year. We may well run it again in 2019 though and will make a decision nearer the time. Thank you to everyone who responded to our request for numbers. Chris Matthewman.