Bicester is a historic market town in the county of Oxfordshire, situated approximately 12 miles north east of Oxford. Bicester has a traceable history of over a thousand years and was recorded in the Domesday Book.
Places of historic interest includes the market square, which is surrounded by a number of 16th Century buildings, and St Edburg's Parish Church.
Bicester's Market Square - which is actually a triangle - forms part of the town’s historic town trail and guided walks of the town are available during the summer (June - August).
This development is located close to the main shops in Bicester, with a pharmacy, bank and several eateries in close proximity. A supermarket and cinema are also within this shopping centre, while Bicester Village outlet centre is nearby, offering a range of designer shops.