Bicester Heritage, formerly RAF Bicester, opened its gates for the first time in 57 years on Sunday 22nd June for a Sunday Brunch Scramble. We welcomed over 500 people on site. Guests enjoyed looking around the site, meeting tenants, watching the fly-in by numerous vintage aircraft including a DeHavilland Rapide.
We were also delighted to be able to have a flypast organised by The Old Flying Machine company based at Duxford to include a P51 Mustang. The Bicester 0207 ATC squadron brought a sense of occasion to the proceedings with their marching band parading down the main avenue into the Motor Transport Yard and presenting the original scramble bell back to the site.
Posted on 25th July 2014