Discovering heritage & green spaces: Rose Hill – downloadable guide
Discovering heritage & green spaces: Rose Hill
How well do you know Rose Hill? This Oxford Preservation Trust self-guided walk, created with the community of Rose Hill, highlights fascinating history and heritage. Suitable for all ages, with treasures including the 1635 highway stone marking the route to London and several ancient oak trees.
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Discovering Heritage & Green Spaces is a chance to Connect Communities with their Heritage. The project came about as a result of the COVID-19 Lockdown, when Oxford Preservation Trust released a series of very successful self-guided walks which were used by many local Oxford residents. They wanted to continue the success of this project, helping to promote exercise and wellbeing whilst also celebrating the heritage of communities and areas outside the city centre. With funding from Oxford City Council’s #WeAreOxford Bid, they were able to turn this idea into a reality.
You can find out more about Rose Hill and download the free guide here to see southeast Oxford in a new light.