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Oxford Preservation Trust is Oxford's own national trust, with 80 years of experience of owning land and buildings to protect the character of Oxford and its green setting. We also organise Oxford Open Doors.

Oxford Open Doors 10-11 September 2016

Put it in your diary! 
This years event will celebrate Music, Chapels and Choirs and the programme is shaping up to be brilliant!
The programme will be available in August so look out for it then!
 
 
 
 
HARCOURT HILL APPEAL
Oxford Preservation Trust is once again working to protect the green setting of Oxford.
 

Help us to take on a further 19 acres in the western hills helping to open up the views of Oxford for all to enjoy. We need to raise £40,000 by the end of April – please donate by sending a cheque or email director@oxfordpreservation.org.uk  to discuss further 

 

 

Oxford Preservation Trust is a membership organisation. Our work is made possible through the support of our members and to find out more about the different scheme visit our Get Involved page. 

The winners of the OPT Awards 2015 are...

 

BOOK 3 'From Catte Street to Parsons Pleasure' is out now!

Written by renowned local historian Malcolm Graham and illustrated by former city council conservation officer Edith Gollnast, Oxford Heritage Walks captures the ‘hidden history’ of Oxford – looking beyond the usual, delving behind the facades, and seeing the familiar in a new way.

Now you can buy Book One 'From Oxford Castle to St Giles', Book 2 'On Foot from Broad Street' and the new Book 3 'From Catte Street to Parsons Pleasure' from the OPT website at: 

http://www.oxfordpreservation.org.uk/news/eventsBook.php  

 
or through Blackwells independent bookshop, or the Oxford Castle shop

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The Oxford skyline, coypright Chris Andrews - planning issues from Oxford Preservation Trust
Oxford City, image by Chris Andrews