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Oxford Parking - Weekends

Weekend Parking In Oxford

Where can you find weekend parking in the heart of Oxford for just £5 all day?

Conveniently park your car at City of Oxford College and enjoy a short two minute stroll directly into the centre of Oxford.

Our Oxpens Road campus is open to the public for parking on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays.

It means you’ve got an affordable all-day alternative to hourly-rate car parks and limited-stay parking at the weekend in Oxford.

Opening hours

·         8am – 5pm      SATURDAY

·         9am – 4pm      SUNDAY AND BANK HOLIDAYS

The Oxford car park is open and supervised by City of Oxford College staff and students during these hours.

How much is it?

£5 all day. That’s it. You can park for as long or as short a time as you like on Saturday or Sunday, it’s just £5 per visit per day. Payment is cash only, and you pay when you enter.

Where is City of Oxford College?

We’re on Oxpens Road, directly opposite the ice rink. We’re only a few minutes’ walk from Westgate Shopping Centre.

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There will be occasions (e.g. severe weather or essential maintenance work) when normal opening hours may be affected. 

We hope to see you very soon! Not only do you get to enjoy convenient parking that’s great value, but you make a difference to our students too. Read on to find out more.

Weekend car parking – how it helps our students

Our weekend parking scheme is supervised by college staff but run by our students, usually those who are doing our uniformed public services training courses.

By dealing with customers, monitoring the car park and checking security, our students gain valuable commercial skills and experience to prepare them for the world of work.

This is what City of Oxford College is all about – preparing people for careers and employment, and giving them the opportunities to gain skills which make them employable.