I'm definitely NOT a hun! But am around these parts (just not at the mo as away with my DSs as it's half term).
T'will be great when the new development is completed. Also looking forward to working on the MasterPlan and seeing what the EcoTown can do. If you have a chance go to the Eco House in Garth Park for a tour - I found it very interesting.
I'm part of the Grassroots Bicester thing and we have our meetings in the Eco house! It's so clever. Wish I owned my house to be able to install some Eco bits Which part of Bicester are you in then? I'm in Kings End but the nice bit nearest Greenwood
It's really good, there is a FB page too, for Grassroots and attached projects, and if you are on FB you can search and join Bicester Mummy's (not my spelling!) which is a fab little group! We do meet-ups etc quite a lot Would be pretty good to have a mn meet though, some things don't travel between groups!
Being a Bicesterite means avoiding big Tesco at the weekend/half term/holidays of any time. I do however love Bicester Avenue and can happily spend a whole day pottering round there spending my imaginary millions
My DSC go to st e, it's pretty good. I went to Brookside, it's just lovely! My DS is only 21 months, so a bit of time left before I have to really choose. Am in the catchment for all three local schools kings meadow, st e and Brookside, and I guess st Mary's but not catholic! how about you?
We moved here in Jul before DD was starting school in Sep. Local school full to bursting (5 acres) so were given StE. We were happy at first but there def seems to be an attendance prob, and it's pretty bad when the Head writes passive aggressive comments in the Fri newsletter about mums arguing in the playground!
We will be here for a couple of years, but not for good, going to move up to Shrops in 2014.
Ah I see, well that's a shame really! You are up the wrong end of Bicester then really, must be pretty hard work getting about to school etc! Are you military? (not just being nosy, genuinely interested )