Jericho resident John Mair has been testing out another circular walk in his part of the city.

Mr Mair has led a number of community projects including the street market in Little Clarendon Street, which took place on Bank Holiday Monday.

After taking a walk around the neighbourhood to investigate local landmarks and their links with the Inspector Morse TV series, he has devised a new circular walk, which starts at the Gloucester Green market.

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Markets take place in the square four days a week, from Wednesday to Saturday.

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Mr Mair said: “Start on a Wednesday at the market. There are people from all over the world, street food too. Fresh fruit and veg but sometimes too fresh.

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“LSD Promotions on behalf of the city council have populated this city centre space from Wednesday to Saturday each week. Their markets have livened up the area.

“But Gloucester Green is also Japanese supermarkets, Thirsty Meeples the game place, and two garden pubs in The Red Lion and the White Rabbit.”

Walkers should now head along Beaumont Street past the Taylor-Burton studio, the annex to the Oxford Playhouse.

Gaze to the right to two big Oxford institutions - the Ashmolean Museum and the Randolph Hotel, now owned by Graduate Hotels.

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Then cross to St John Street with the Sackler Library on the right, walk to the end, and you will soon arrive in Little Clarendon Street.

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Mr Mair added: “ Recently the street has revived due to a series of festivals which I masterminded.

“The new kids on the block Wilding and Gails have moved in to join the old stalwarts G&Ds and the Jericho Cheese Company."

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Walkers can then head to the Woodstock Road and see the restored Radcliffe Infirmary and St Luke’s Chapel beside it. This is in the new Observatory Quarter.

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At the centre is the old observatory itself and the Wiles maths building with a metal tree between them.

Mr Mair said walkers should then visit Walton Street for its delis and independent shops.

These include The Last (secondhand)Bookshop and the Riverman Records store.

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He added: “The ‘armadillo’ in the street is an architectural experiment - the Ronald Cohen quadrangle of Exeter College.

“Much more traditional past that on the right is the front of Worcester College.

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“When it is open again,Worcester has the best laid out of any Oxford college gardens. Go visit.

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“Cross Worcester Street - watch those lights they can be dangerous - and return to Gloucester Green and that thriving market.”

There is a Jericho walk every Thursday starting from Jericho Health Centre in Walton Street at 1.30pm.