The vibrant town of Bicester lies in the county of Oxfordshire and is one of the most rapidly developing towns in the area. Bicester boasts wide open spaces and attractive surroundings while its architecture boasts a distinct medieval style and appearance ranging from timber construction to lime stone structures. The town also has some thatched roof homes that show off the architecture of a bygone era. Landmarks in the area include St. Edburg’s Church Tower while Bicester Airfield is a popular attraction in the town. Bicester Avenue is one of the largest garden centres in the United Kingdom.
Although Bicester is mainly a retails centre there are a number of other businesses that operate out of executive suites and office spaces in town. 4ever Designs and Signature Project Services have their head-offices in the area. There are many other businesses here such as design firms, cleaning services, solicitors and healthcare practitioners. UK Skydiving Adventures also has an administrative office in the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Bicester has a vibrant entertainment scene with a number of venues for live-music and the performing arts. Theatre can be enjoyed at The North Walls Arts Centre, just a short distance from the area, while Phoenix Picturehouse presents a unique movie-going experience. From Turkish cuisine to Oriental dishes, Bicester has it all and more. You can head to Amici, which serves traditional Italian food, or try Denis, a Mediterranean restaurant serving delightful cuisine.
Bicester Railway Station is the town’s link to places like London Marylebone and Birmingham along the Chiltern Main Line. Roadways offer good connectivity via roads such as the B4030, B4100 and A4421. There are many buses and taxis that serve the town, while driving is another viable option thanks to the convenient road links. London Luton Airport offers the nearest air-link to the town.