Cutteslowe Light Trail 2022

Cutteslowe and Sunnymead

The Cutteslowe Light Trail is a self-led adventure and is made up of:

  • Illuminated window displays in residents’ windows
  • A multi-sensory disco for under 10’s in the pavilion in Cutteslowe Park
  • An illuminated woodland walk
  • Outdoor performances
  • Craft workshops
  • Refreshments

Take a walk in your neighbourhood and spot your neighbours’ creations. Follow your own route using the Digital Cutteslowe Light Trail Map, or pick up a paper map of the Cutteslowe Light Trail from Cutteslowe Community Centre.

You do not need to book tickets for this event. All activities are drop in and managed on a first-come-first-serve basis. Complete the trail at your own pace between the hours of 4.30pm and 7.30pm on Saturday 19 November.

We encourage visitors to enter Cutteslowe Park from the A40 car park, rather than the Harbord Road car park, as the path will not be lit coming from Harbord Rd entrance.

Make a Window Display

Calling all crafters, makers, tinkers and creators! Create your own illuminated window display at home for the Cutteslowe Light Trail. Here’s what you need to do to take part:

Download the How To Guide and create an Illuminated Window Display:
How To Make A Window Display Instructions

Add your creation to the online map:
Cutteslowe Light Trail Sign Up Form

Share Your Creation: add your creation to the Light Trail festival website gallery by sharing them on social media (@Oxchristmas and @thenorthwall) using the hashtags #CuttesloweLightTrail and #Oxlightfest22.


The Cutteslowe Light Trail has been created in partnership with The North Wall, Cutteslowe Community Centre, Cutteslowe Primary School, Cutteslowe Connected, North Oxford Association. Supported by: Oxford City Council.

Cutteslowe Light Trail 2022

19 November 2022 - 4:30 pm


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