The latest news and updates from the home of the classic car
Bicester Heritage has been actively monitoring Government policy regarding the control of COVID-19 and growth rate projections for the forthcoming weeks. Given the circumstances, we believe that it is prudent to cancel the final Scramble open day event of 2020, due to be held on Sunday 4th October.
We are delighted to announce that we will be collaborating with Brand Events this Autumn for the new-to-Bicester Classic Car Drive In Weekend. The inaugural event will offer enthusiasts, owners, film lovers and families alike the opportunity to get together and to share their passion for all things automotive.
Through social media channels Facebook and Instagram, the Bicester Heritage team posted twelve video interviews with a selection of specialist businesses, each giving a five to fifteen-minute insight into their latest projects, stock, stories and action.
Taking styling cues from the original state-of-the-art RAF buildings built in 1926, Bicester Heritage is proud to unveil Building 141 within ‘The Command Works’, the new extension to the former RAF ‘Technical Site’.
Bicester Heritage is proud to unveil ‘The Command Works’, the extension to the historic former RAF Technical Site comprising 8 brand new buildings totalling 70,000 ft2 of business accommodation.
Bicester Heritage has taken the decision to postpone its next Scramble, due to be held on the 21st June, it is now scheduled for the later date of the 4th October 2020. The decision to postpone this event has been made in line with Government advice and the ongoing national effort to contain the outbreak of COVID 19.
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.
Autojumble with Classic Trade & Art Areas added to April Scramble on 26th April