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APRIL SCRAMBLE POSTPONED TO 21st JUNE 2020

Bicester Heritage has been actively monitoring governmental and WHO advice regarding the development of Coronavirus COVID-19 over the past weeks. As a result Bicester Heritage has the made decision to postpone the next Scramble, due to be held on the 26th April, to a new date on the 21st June 2020.

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  • The 1000 Mile Trial visits Bicester Heritage

    Saturday 19 July was the last day of the 1000 Mile Trial organised by Historic Endurance Rallying Organisation (HERO).

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  • Our first Sunday Brunch Scramble

    Bicester Heritage, formerly RAF Bicester, opened its gates for the first time in 57 years for a Sunday Brunch Scramble.

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  • Apprenticeships preserving skills

    The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs (FBHVC) held the launch of Europe’s first apprenticeship in Historic Vehicle Restoration at Bicester Heritage on 24th June.

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  • Bicester Heritage

    Work on converting the former RAF Site at Bicester into an industrial park for heritage transport-related businesses is now well underway.

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  • Heritage Preserved in Bicester

    We have reported earlier on the central role of our patrons in providing the funding to kick start the curriculum development for the FBHVC Modern Apprenticeship in Historic Vehicle Restoration.

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  • Ah! Bicester!

    On an old Oxfordshire RAF bomber base, once-derelict buildings are being restored and let out to classic car, bike and ’plane specialists. Octane can’t keep away…

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  • It’s chocks away to RAF base nostalgia

    A former RAF flying base is opening its doors to the public for what is believed to be the first time in nearly a century.

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  • Alvis Owners are Getting Younger

    Alvis Owner Club Young Persons Event.

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  • Bicester airfield becomes centre for vintage car services

    Bicester may be famous for its shopping village selling Louis Vuitton handbags and Hermès scarves, but a team of classic car enthusiasts hopes it will soon be just as famous as a hub for 80-year-old Aston Martins and vintage Alvis saloons.

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