Office Manager - Mrs Claire Mcbride
Fringford C of E Primary School
Telephone: 01869 277397
Fringford is a small village about four miles northeast of the market town of Bicester in the northeast of the county of Oxfordshire surrounded by beautiful countryside.
Fringford in the 19th century is now forever associated with Flora Thompson's 'Lark Rise to Candleford'. In it she recalls her childhood, as Flora Timms (Laura), in the hamlet of Juniper Hill (Lark Rise) and at school in Cottisford (Fordlow) before moving to Fringford (Candleford Green).
The nearby town of Bicester is an historic market town recorded in the Domesday Book and its history dates back more than a thousand years to Saxon times. It is a busy market town and now home to Bicester Village - the factory designer outlet shopping village.
The historic shopping streets, particularly Sheep Street and Market Square, have a wide range of local and national shops together with cafes, pubs and restaurants. Sheep Street is now pedestrianised with car parks nearby. Weekly markets take place on Fridays in the town centre along with a Farmers' Market on the second Thursday of each month.