Things to See & Do
Shoppers will want to make the most of Bicester’s retail opportunities, including the popular Bicester Village, home to more than 130 designer fashion brands and lifestyle boutiques and just five minutes away by car.
Other local attractions include the Bicester Hotel Golf and Spa to the west of the development and the bustling weekly and monthly farmers markets in Bicester.
Chesterton Church of England Primary School is in the heart of the village, a short five-minute walk away. The school was most recently rated ‘good’ by Ofsted.There are several other primary schools in Bicester, which were also rated ‘good’ in their latest Ofsted inspections.
The Bicester School and The Cooper School - also rated ‘good’ - offer secondary education for 11 to 18 year olds, also within a three-mile radius.
Chesterton is also home to Bruern Abbey Preparatory School - the only preparatory school in the country to specialise in teaching boys with learning difficulties.
Disclaimer: All Ofsted ratings are correct at the time of publication.
Chesterton is 10 minutes drive or 15 minutes cycle from the centre of Bicester. From there Oxford is 10 miles away by rail, bus and car. The town is connected to Banbury, Birmingham and London via the M40.
Direct train services from Bicester Village to London Marylebone take about 1 hour, and services from Bicester North to Birmingham Moor Street take 1 hour and 10 minutes (National Rail). If you’re heading further afield, both London Heathrow and Birmingham International Airport are just over an hour away by car.
Disclaimer: All times taken from Google Maps
From the M40; leave at junction 9 and head north east on the A41. In just under 1 mile,take the first left following signs for Little Chesterton. Follow this road for approximately 2 miles until you reach a crossroads. Continue straight on. You will find Audley Gardens on the right hand side.