Agenda 21 is the name given to the rural residential mooring site alongside the Oxford Canal towpath, situated approximately three miles north of Oxford city centre.
Oxford railway and bus stations are both within a quarter of a mile of the canal and close to the Hythe Bridge Arm and Bridge 243, Isis Lock Bridge. Local services are available in Wolvercote and Lower Wolvercote, each approximately half a mile from the moorings.
This section of the Agenda 21 moorings is immediately south of Bridge 233a, A34 flyover, and approximately 400 metres south of Dukes Cut, which connects the Oxford Canal with the River Thames.
Access to the site is along the towpath from either Bridge 235, Wolvercote Road Bridge, Godstow Road, approximately 500 metres to the south, or from Bridge 230, Kings Bridge, A44 Woodstock Road, approximately 1 mile to the north.
Mooring rings and drinking water points are along the length of the site. Refuse disposal is available next to Bridge 234, Perrys Lift Bridge, on the off-side. Elsan disposal facilities can be found opposite the refuse disposal on the towpath side of the canal.
Car parking is not available at this site so moorers must make their own arrangements.
This mooring is part of the Agenda 21 Community whose principles form part of the Site Rules.
All customer items must be stored on boats and not on any of the surrounding land areas
The mooring site has no restrictions and can be viewed at any time. Please show consideration to those moorers on the site.