Oxford Green Week is a city-wide summer festival which uses culture, creativity and community to inspire local people to take action against climate change.
It’s a celebration of all things good and green in our city and aims to show local people how they can save money, get fit and be happy whilst being kind to the environment.
Oxford Green Week is the new name for Low Carbon Oxford Week (LCO Week) and this year is coordinated by Oxford City Council in partnership with Good Food Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, University of Oxford, Environmental Change Institute and Community Action Groups Oxfordshire (CAG).
Oxford Green Week is core funded by Oxford City Council with additional support from Oxford Strategic Partnership, the Environmental Change Institute and Westgate ARISE, with a massive amount of in kind support from all of our partners.
We are currently looking for private sponsorship to ensure this year’s festival is bigger and better than ever. Speak to Jenny Carr about what sponsorship of Oxford’s biggest environmental festival could do for you!
We’d like to thank the huge number of local organisations who took part in LCO Week 2016 and helped to put on over 100 fantastic events across the city, including Berkshire Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust (BBOWT), Oxford Bike Week, Oxford Festival of the Arts, Tandem Festival, Bicester Green, Stagecoach Oxfordshire, Jame Factory, Ultimate Picture Palace, Oxford Town Hall, Clare Bryden, Restore, Riversimple, Broken Spoke Bike Coop, Bioregional, Oxfordshire County Council, Earth Trust, Orinoco, Oxfordshire Play Association, Barton Community Association, Brompton Bike Hire, BMW North Oxford, Magdalen College School, Waterstones, Arts at the Old Fire Station , Barracks Lane Community Gardens, Bainton’s Bikes, Oxford Community Markets, Low Carbon West Oxford, FairTrade St Michaels, Oxford Bus Company, Hogacre Eco Park, OxGrow, Turl Street Kitchen, Hill End Outdoor Education Centre, AgileOx, Good Food Oxford, Friends of the Earth, The Environmental Information Exchange, Low Carbon Oxford North, Danny Dorling, Robert Penn, Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Fusion Leisure, Turrill Sculpture Garden, Westmill Solar and Wind Farm, Fleetdrive Electric, Hartwell Renault, Science Oxford, Sustrans, Cyclox, People in Action, Millets Farm, Medley Manor Farm, Laing O’Rourke, Land Securities, Thames Valley Police, University of Oxford Botanic Garden, the Oxford Polish Association and OVADA.