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The Oxford Trust, established by Oxford’s first true entrepreneurs Sir Martin and Audrey (Lady) Wood in 1985, has been a part of the local innovation ecosystem for the past thirty years and helped establish Venturefest Oxford 18 years ago.
The Trust’s Enterprise Awards, which have been running on and off for twelve years now, recognise and reward achievement and potential in entrepreneurship. More Info
Stansfeld Education Centre
The Oxford Trust has completed the acquisition of the Stansfeld Outdoor Education Centre site in Headington Quarry. The Trust’s vision is to create an innovation and education centre on the eighteen acre site, which it now owns on a 250 year lease. More Info
The Oxford Trust owns the building on New Road, known originally as Macclesfield House and now generally as OCFI. It is managed for us by Oxford Innovation under operational guidance consistent with our charitable mission objectives.
Our programmes and initiatives encourage the pursuit of science and enterprise by linking businesses with the community and by showcasing the amazing scientific work that’s done across Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and beyond.
The Oxford Trust has been involved directly or indirectly in helping foster a climate of innovation through its own investments and by facilitating networks activities or through spin out activities.