Our Local Community
Harvest Festival - October 2021
Thank you for your kind donations towards the harvest festival. These donations have been collected by the Bicester Food Bank and will help lots of local families.
Thank you again for your kind generosity and for supporting this important cause.
Community Champion - Pizza Kits
Just before the Spring half term, we were made aware of an opportunity to receive some free pizza kits from Morrison’s. We contacted the Community Champion from our Banbury store and were lucky to receive 30 free pizza kits. We then funded another 30 kits, meaning we received a total of 60 kits to provide to our FSM families. Each pizza kit contained pizza dough, tomato sauce, grated cheese and either peppers and sweetcorn or pepperoni and ham. The kits were thoroughly enjoyed by our families who received one and we would like to thank Morrison’s Banbury for providing the pizza kits.
Well done to Bethany and Harley - Eat Them to Defeat Them, competition winners!
Last year Bethany and Harley entered an 'Eat them to defeat them' activity online competition. They won a Crayola art pack. They were very happy to come home to a brand new art set!
Well done to Rory and Vinnie - Food Bank Fundraiser!
We would like to say a massive well done to Rory and Vinnie who cycled 101 and 85 miles respectively between July and August and raised over £600 for the Foodbank!
The foodbank have organised for Rory and Vinnie to be interviewed on BBC radio Oxford.Here is the link for the foodbank for anyone who would like to know more about this organisation:
Bicester FoodbankWell done boys, what a fantastic achievement, we are all very proud of you!
Well done to Scarlett-Rose!
We would like to say a huge well done to Scarlett-Rose who we are really proud to inform you has been highly commended in the award for Young Fundraiser of the Year.
During the first lockdown she broke her wrist whilst riding her bike at the park. Being eager to get back on her bike she decided she wanted to do a sponsored bike ride.
Scarlett-Rose decided on cycling 100 miles around Bicester to try and raise £100 for the Thames Valley Air Ambulance. She absolutely smashed her target and raised an amazing £1000!