The Bicester Lights Switch On 2014 was as festive as ever with crowds flocking to see the lights being switched on by the winners of the first ever Snowflake Competition. The winners were Ella Gibbons, aged 7 from Langford School, Dale Girling, 8 from King’s Meadow School and Alisha Jenkins, 5 from Southwold School. With stalls, a fair and music from Rejieli Paulo, Jamie Felton and some wonderful School choirs, the event was a huge success. To see some of the festive images click here for the gallery.
Following the extensive consultation undertaken by Bicester Town Council to pursue plans to design and build an eco café and toilets in Garth Park, we are now in a position to seek expressions of interest in this project.
Thank you to all who entered the Bicester Snowflake Treasure Hunt 2014. We had lots of entries and our winners were:
Ella Gibbons, aged 7 from Langford Village Primary School
Dale Girling, aged 8 from King’s Meadow School
Alisha Jenkins, aged 5 from Southwold School
Thanks to them for helping the Mayor switch on the Christmas Lights on 4 December.
All our entrants should be receiving their shining star badges from the Mayor later this week.
The application deadline has now closed. To all those who have registered, please be at Pingle Field by 10.30am – if you still need your Santa suit and are unable to collect from the office before the event, they will be available at the Enquiries desk. Please be aware there is no parking at Pingle Field.
The fun run is in aid of the Mayor’s charities which this year are the Army Benevolent Fund and the League of Friends, Bicester Hospital. All the sponsorship monies will be split 50/50 with these charities and also the Hummingbird Cancer Support and Therapy Centre (more details of this are written on the sponsorship form that you will be sent once you have registered).
If you are not running then please feel free to come out in Bicester and cheer on our runners. Click here for the route map.