17-25 June 2017
Pop up green events
across our city

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 coordinated by Oxford City Council in partnership with Good Food Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, University of Oxford,  Environmental Change Institute, Lady Margaret Hall and Community Action Groups Oxfordshire (CAG).

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The festival is core funded by Oxford City Council with additional support from Oxford Strategic Partnership, the Environmental Change Institute, Westgate ARISE and the Arts Council England, along with a massive amount of in kind support from all of our partners.


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We would also like to thank our individual event sponsors for their generous support:

H2Oxford/Midnight Swim is sponsored by Thames Water

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Your water future: Thames Water wants to know what’s important to you. As part of a programme to ask customers be part of the planning process, you can help define the delivery of future water services. You can tell them now what impact their ideas will have on you and your community www.thameswater.co.uk/yourwaterfuture/


Test Drive the Future is sponsored by BMW North Oxford

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How to Green Your Historic House is sponsored by 5th Studio

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The Green Behind the Scenes series of  exclusive tours is sponsored by Darke and Taylor

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Brompton Bike Hire have generously donated an iconic Brompton Bike as the grand prize in the Big Green Treasure Hunt 

Oxford Green Week is a major annual event and we are already keen to hear from businesses who are interested in sponsoring or supporting Oxford Green Week in 2018.   Speak to Jenny Carr about what sponsorship of Oxford’s biggest environmental festival could do for you!