Welcome to OxenHam.BZ

Tottanham Row, Oxford

The spirit of London in the heart of the Coltswolds! Oxenham shopping district provides the best designer fashion, exciting trends, and boutique experience of our capitol in Oxford’s beautiful city centre.

This site is run and maintained by the Oxenham Business Bureau. You’ll find shopping guides, tourist information, and the latest news here.

Latest News:

Announcement: Get Your Kicks 2016

The first annual Oxenham shoe sale will be happening this September (dates tba). It’s an event coordinated between all the clothing and footwear shops on the high street, in partnership with with Planet Aid. During the week of the sale, all the shops will offer steep discounts (the best of the season, we’re told, with special overstock and clearance offers). A portion of proceeds will go to benefit local homeless charities. The other big push is the donation programme, in coordination with Planet Aid there will be donation boxes at either end of the high street for you to donate your old kicks to people in need. After all, most of us don’t actually NEED new shoes. The Get Your Kicks event is a great way to upgrade your wardrobe without feeling guilty. It’s probably going to be a madhouse, so savvy shoppers will be best served by doing a bit of research in advance of the sale. You can find mens walking shoes reviews, comfortable nursing shoes, and more online so you can shop with a list already made!

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News: Council Approves Traffic Circle

For years now, the Council have been debating what best to do with the intersection leading onto the motorway. A roundabout was proposed, rejected, and eventually proposed again with some revisions. Now, thanks to a local campaign and support from local businesses, the Council have approved the updated plan. The roundabout isn’t scheduled to begin construction until early next year, but we’re hoping it will ease congestion and improve traffic towards the city centre. After all, that’s where most of our shoppers and patrons come through. There will be an informational meeting on 16th August, and all interested persons are encouraged to attend.