The 5th Sunday Brunch Scramble will coincide with the FBHVC’s International Drive It Day so we expect a thoroughly eclectic and unique mix of vehicles, with over 60 different makes registered and an age range of 117 years. The 48-acre Technical Site will once again host a display of visitors’ vehicles which will fill the tree-lined avenues of the UK’s most complete WW2 bomber station.
The Specialists based at Bicester Heritage will open the doors to their freshly restored 1920s and ‘30s buildings, allowing behind the scenes access to their showrooms and workshops (specialising in upholstery, vintage Bentley engineering, specialist storage, vintage, classic and racing car and bike sales, plus much more) on a site that is normally accessible by appointment only.
Visitors who arrive in and on their cherished vehicles are encouraged to park their pride and joy around the base, adding to a display of machines from every decade. Elsewhere on the Technical Site Brooklands Museum are planning a display, whilst the former RAF Motor Transport Yard will fill with food stalls and the following traders:
Me and My Car, Richard Edmonds Auctions, Sue Scott, Shot by Products, Graeme Simpson, Terry Smith, the VSCC, Colin Warrington, Richard Wade along with our own Bicester Heritage stand. We will also welcome students and staff from the Classic Vehicle Restoration apprenticeship at Banbury & Bicester College.
Vintage aircraft are expected to land in the morning and form a static display on the edge of the airfield’s perimeter track where, by popular demand, the WW1 Aviation Heritage Trust will start up and run their magnificent RAF BE2e biplane. Also on the airfield The Bicester Gliding Centre will be offering glider flights and a chance to try their gliding simulator. Please contact Tiggy Atkinson on 01869 327928 to book a glider flight at the Brunch and receive 10% off the normal booking price as a Brunch guest.
Entry for historic vehicles, motorbikes and sports cars will be offered at a discounted price of £5 per vehicle, £10 for modern vehicles.
Please click here to purchase tickets.
Gates will open from:
09.00 for historic vehicles
10.30 for modern cars
Gates close at 14.00. Strictly no dogs please.