There is much to see and do in Bicester

In the county of Oxfordshire you will find Bicester. The town originates from the time of the Saxons but was not called Bicester until the 17th century. It is home to five primary schools and two secondary schools, one of which is Bicester Community College. It is a terrific place to shop, whether you are a resident or a tourist, with Market Square and the pedestrian area Sheep Street which has nearby car parks.

Churches Together is an ecumenical organisation, which eight of the ten churches in the town belong to. Hebron Gospel Hall and Bicester Baptist Church have independent congregations.

There are many fine hotels in the historic area and the countryside is beautiful to visit. The Lambert Arms and Fawsley Hall are elegant old establishments where you may choose to stay. The Malmaison in the area was originally a prison.

With a population of 26,000 this is a bustling town, convenient to travel to and from London by either road or railway, and it has fifty factory direct shops. There are plenty of places for you to dine, too. If you choose to dine out try Brignell Park Hotel & Restaurant. Also located in Bicester are Yin Hong Chinese, the Taj Mahal Tandoori and Rigoletto. For those preferring to dine at home there are eleven take aways.

The town has many fine organisations which include the Bicester Rotary Club, Bicester Lions Club and the Bardwell Boys Youth Organisation. Several sports organisations are hosted here like Football Clubs or Karate which are at the Bicester Sports Centre. There is also a Scouts Association and bingo sessions.

There is loads for the tourist to do in and around Bicester, where luxury awaits at the fine historic hotels. With pleasant sightseeing in close proximity to London, this historically rich township is worth a visit.In the county of Oxfordshire you will find Bicester. The town originates from the time of the Saxons but was not called Bicester until the 17th century. It is home to five primary schools and two secondary schools, one of which is Bicester Community College. It is a terrific place to shop, whether you are a resident or a tourist, with Market Square and the pedestrian area Sheep Street which has nearby car parks.

Churches Together is an ecumenical organisation, which eight of the ten churches in the town belong to. Hebron Gospel Hall and Bicester Baptist Church have independent congregations.

There are many fine hotels in the historic area and the countryside is beautiful to visit. The Lambert Arms and Fawsley Hall are elegant old establishments where you may choose to stay. The Malmaison in the area was originally a prison.

With a population of 26,000 this is a bustling town, convenient to travel to and from London by either road or railway, and it has fifty factory direct shops. There are plenty of places for you to dine, too. If you choose to dine out try Brignell Park Hotel & Restaurant. Also located in Bicester are Yin Hong Chinese, the Taj Mahal Tandoori and Rigoletto. For those preferring to dine at home there are eleven take aways.

The town has many fine organisations which include the Bicester Rotary Club, Bicester Lions Club and the Bardwell Boys Youth Organisation. Several sports organisations are hosted here like Football Clubs or Karate which are at the Bicester Sports Centre. There is also a Scouts Association and bingo sessions.

There is loads for the tourist to do in and around Bicester, where luxury awaits at the fine historic hotels. With pleasant sightseeing in close proximity to London, this historically rich township is worth a visit.