About OSCO

The Old South Community Organization (OSCO) has represented the common interests of Old South London since 1975. We are a non-profit, member-run volunteer organization dedicated to protecting and improving the quality of life in our community, and in our city. From September to June, we meet on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., at Landon Library, 167 Wortley Rd. Everyone welcome.

How you can get involved:

Board of Directors

Directors are nominated and elected at the Annual General Meeting, held on the second Tuesday of November.

2018/2019 Board

  • Amanda Austin, Membership
  • Gary Brown 
  • Deb Dobson
  • Margaret Hopkins, President
  • Sam Hornby
  • Dave Flett
  • Ross Lemon, Treasurer
  • Nicole Phillips
  • Bob Porter
  • Gordon Saylor, Past-President 
  • Eric Sheppard, Admin 
  • Dave Ward
  • Archie Young

2019 Meeting Dates
  • January 8
  • February 12
  • March 12
  • April 9
  • May 14
  • June 11
  • September 10  
  • October 8
  • November 12 (and AGM)
  • December 10

Christmas Trees

Each December, OSCO and Landon Library fill the ValuMart garden centre with more than 300 Christmas trees for sale. OSCO and Landon Library share the proceeds, providing valuable funds for community projects.

Environmental Committee

OSCO’s Environmental Committee actively participates in tree planting, naturalization, and Earth Day projects in Old South, working with ReForest London, the City of London and other groups. The committee recently partnered with Labatt’s and the City of London to plant several mature trees in the Carfrae Crescent gateway area.

Gathering on the Green

Gathering on the Green is a free, fun day of activities and entertainment held on the first Saturday in June, rain or shine. It is run by volunteers and supported by OSCO and local businesses. Gathering on the Green has donated more than $120,000 to projects and organizations in Old South.

OSCOR Awards

The OSCOR Awards recognize citizens, businesses and organizations who have made an outstanding contribution to life in Old South. Past recipients include the 31st Scout Troop, The Hopkins Family, Halloween in the Village, activist Mary Kerr and the Tecumseh Community School.


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OSCO meets on the 2nd Tuesday of the month
from 7-9 p.m. at London Library, 167 Wortley Rd.  All Welcome.