With reference to the map recently circulated, which included incorrect information regarding the London Rd level crossing, please click here to read the full retraction and apology from the company responsible for distribution.
Looking for something to do on Saturday August 8th? Bicester’s first Folk Festival is in Garth Park with free entry in the afternoon for live performances from 1.00pm to 5.00pm. Then in the evening, just £10 will get to access to the evening’s extravaganza, headlined by Mad Dog Mcrea.
Lots of other good stuff too, including arts and crafts, drumming workshops, lots of eats and drinks……….
Well, what a great day. Garth Park was once again full to the brim with families enjoying the many activities on offer. A record breaking number of entrants in the Best Dressed Teddy Competition too! From face painting, dancing, dressing up, train rides, climbing wall, zorbs, mini karts, cycling, and lots and lots of games and other fun stuff. Thank you all for coming and I hope you enjoyed it.
Please note that in the latest edition of the Garth Gazette the date for the Robbie Williams Tribute night is incorrectly stated as 8th July. The actual date for this event is Saturday 18th July. All other details are correct. For more information about this event, please click here.
We are pleased to announce that we have chosen the team that will provide the new facilities in Garth Park and run them. The New Factory will build it and Savoir Fare will run it. It is all subject to the usual planning consents, but we hope that we will be able to launch the new facilities in the Spring next year (2016), So this time next year you could be sitting on the decking, sipping a lovely coffee, eating a sandwich made from bread baked on the premises and watch your young ones play in the new natural playground opposite. And have a decent loo to use afterwards!
For more information and to read the press release click here.
Bicester Town Council and Cherwell District Council have jointly agreed to fund an additional two cuts to the Oxfordshire County Council owned grass verges. at a total cost of £12,000. We are assured that OCC will undertake the first cut in the very near future, which will then be enhanced by three further cuts (one by OCC and the two previously mentioned) before the growing season comes to an end.
I am pleased to announce that we have been successful with our application for funding towards redeveloping the play area in Garth Park. We will now be working on a design and you will see the improvements to the play area take shape during the autumn and winter this year.
Bicester Town Council Wards & Candidates
Please use the links below to view the candidates standing in each ward for Bicester Town Council.
For a map of the boundaries, please click on the image below.
Monday April 20th…….we have a problem with our telephone lines, calls are not getting through. BT are on the case. Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible.
Sorry for any inconvenience. Email in if you can, otherwise, keep trying the phone lines.