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As a mark of respect, the Town Council offices will be closed during office hours for the funeral of Councillor Jolanta Lis on Wednesday 2nd May.
The Mayor & Mayoress of Bicester Cllr Les & Mary Sibley Invite you to an Evening at the Proms with music from the Waterloo Band and Bugles of the Rifles.
The concert will be taking place on Friday 24th February at St Edburg’s Church, bar opens at 6.30pm, music will start at 7.00pm.
Today is St. Andrews Day so we will be flying the Scottish National Flag on flagpole 2 in Garth Park in line with our flag policy.
With over 20,000 new homes earmarked for the District over the duration of the Local Plan, Cherwell is moving into a period of growth which can attract new opportunities for investment and employment creation. But what role can the supply chain and logistics industry play in the District’s future? What are the industry’s growth prospects? And what types of jobs can it create? In this one-off event, industry specialist and local stakeholders discuss the future of the supply chain and logistics sector and explore what kind of future it can have in Cherwell. Our panel also shared their views on how the District could overcome some major challenges over the coming years and build a more prosperous economy.
Please click here to watch the video online.
This weekend in honour of Poland National Independence Day and our twinned town Czernichow in Poland, we will be flying the Polish flag on flagpole 3 in line with our Flag Policy.
This Sunday at St. Edburg’s Church is the annual Remembrance Day Service.
The service commences at 10.55am at the Church with the main parade taking place from 12 Noon. The parade makes its way from St. Edburg’s to the Market Square.
Taking the salute in Market Square will be the Bicester Town Mayor, Councillor Les Sibley, and the Deputy Lieutenant, Mrs Miranda Markham.
Garth Park will be flying the flag of Remembrance until Monday 13th November.
Over the next 18 months they will be raising awareness of different types of abuse hidden in the heart of our communities in Thames Valley. The first focus of the campaign is modern slavery.
In the past two years TVP have recorded 120 modern slavery crimes across our area but it’s likely that many more go unreported.
With offences in every county of the force, it’s a stark reminder that this is a crime that could happen anywhere.
Throughout October we will be concentrating on raising awareness of this crime and the signs to look out for that could indicate that someone is a victim.
For more information click here.
Today we are flying the German Flag in Garth Park in recognition of German Unity Day as Bicester is twinned with Neunkirchen-Seelscheid. This is in line with the Bicester Town Council Flag Policy.
For the days programme of events click here.