Area Guide

Aylesbury TheatreAylesbury

Aylesbury was originally built on a low limestone hill, surrounded by the flood plain of the river Thame, and close to the chalk hills of the Chilterns. Aylesbury is at the heart of a road network which radiates from the town in all directions, the primary of these being the A41, which was formerly the major Roman road Akeman Street, which connected Bath to St Albans.

Bicester VillageBicester

Bicester is a Historic Market Town in the Cherwell District of 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.