Bicester is a Market Town in the Cherwell District of the county of Oxfordshire, situated approximately 12 miles North-East of Oxford. Bicester is off Junction 9 on the M40 Motorway.
In 1182 an Augustinian priory was founded here and existed until its dissolution in 1538.
Bicester has a history going back to Saxon times - however today Bicester is probably best known for its modern "Bicester Village" shopping outlet. Places of historic interest includes the Market Square surrounded by a number of 16th Century buildings and St Edburg's Parish Church.
Bicester is now a fast-expanding market town which also hosts one of the British Army's largest Ordnance Depots.
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