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New Partners in 2017

23rd November 2017 | Bicester Vision, Business, News

Our partnership is growing. Since the last AGM in December 2016 we have gained 13 new partners and are now a Partnership of significant size. It has been wonderful to welcome the following local organisations into our thriving, public and private sector partnership: Bioregional Applied Landscapes Design Ltd fortyplus people Wednesday Business Club db symmetry…

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Annual General Meeting

6th November 2017 | Bicester Vision, News

Thank you to everyone that joined us at Bicester Technology Studio for our 2017 Annual General Meeting. During the meeting, we presented several films commissioned by Bicester Village and Bicester Vision. We were fortunate to have the support from Bicester Chamber of Commerce, Bicester Town Council, Cherwell District Council and partners of Bicester Vision.  …

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MIPIM 2017

1st November 2017 | Bicester Vision, Business, Green Initiatives, News

In October of 2017, we visited an Inward Investment event called MIPIM UK. We proudly flew the flag for Bicester and ensured that the international attendees became aware of Bicester Garden Town. As well as Bicester Vision being there, Cherwell District Council and Brethertons both sent staff to lead conversations on Bicester. Our aim was to attract…

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MIPIM stand

Bicester Garden Town prospectus

Hundreds of Apprenticeship Opportunities in Bicester

13th July 2017 | Bicester Vision, Business, News

HUNDREDS of apprenticeship opportunities will be available when the expansion at Bicester Village opens in October. More than 30 new shops will open at the designer outlet in Bicester and with that will come a range of apprenticeship roles. Bicester Village spokeswoman Miranda Markham said: “With the newly extended Bicester Village set to open in…

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Pic by Jon Lewis.

The Bicester Village pic by Jon Lewis.

 

Congratulations to CBAS 2017 Winners

10th May 2017 | Bicester Vision, Business, News

The 6th Cherwell Business Awards Gala Dinner, held at the fabulous Heythrop Park on Friday 5th May, brought together more than 240 guests to celebrate the hard work, success and entrepreneurship of business people within Cherwell District. Headline sponsors Cherwell District Council opened the Awards Dinner, and Kirsty Leahy from Banbury Sound hosted the ceremony. …

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Photography: Vine House Studios

Cherwell Business Awards – Gala Dinner

11th April 2017 | Bicester Vision, Business, News

THIS YEAR THE CHERWELL BUSINESS AWARDS 2017 WILL TAKE PLACE ON 5TH MAY AT HEYTHROP PARK AND WE WOULD LIKE TO HAVE AS MANY LOCAL BUSINESSES AND FRIENDS JOINING US ON THIS CELEBRATION FOR LOCAL BUSINESSES IN THE CHERWELL DISTRICT COUNCIL AREA THEREFORE WOULD LIKE TO OPENLY INVITE YOU TO JOIN US ON THE 5TH…

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Bicester Health and Wellbeing Survey

27th March 2017 | Green Initiatives, News

Call for Bicester residents to take part in the health and wellbeing survey Bicester residents are being invited to complete a survey about their health and wellbeing as part of the Healthy New Town programme. A copy is being sent to every household in Bicester and residents can fill the survey online from today. Bicester…

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A Course For Employers and Their Staff Affected By Cancer

17th March 2017 | Education, News

Working with Cancer The Hummingbird Centre will always look at ways to work with the Community of Bicester and the surrounding villages. One Christmas Mechelle Harris, Founder of The Hummingbird Centre was approached by a company in Bicester who within a month 3 employee’s had been diagnosed with cancer, they wanted to support them but…

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Council approves pilot scheme to reduce vacant town centre properties

10th March 2017 | Business, News

Plans to reduce vacant town centre properties and boost economic growth have been given the go ahead by Cherwell District Council. On Monday, 6 March Cherwell’s executive approved a report outlining proposals to award business rates incentives to bring empty properties in the centres of Banbury, Bicester and Kidlington back into use.   The report…

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