The Second Sunday Scramble of the year saw a record-breaking number pass through the Bicester Heritage gates, with over 6,000 members of the public visiting for ‘Drive It Day’ – a national scheme encouraging the use and enjoyment of historic vehicles, which brought over 1,000 historic classic cars to the former RAF Bomber Training Station. The highlights were as follows:
Dan Geoghegan, Managing Director of Bicester Heritage, said: “‘Sunday’s Scramble was the best yet, a fitting milestone for Bicester Heritage’s fifth anniversary. Not only were we able to welcome over 5,000 enthusiasts and more than 1,000 classic vehicles on Drive-It-Day, but also the latest new specialists and partners ranging from Porsche expertise to the Bremont Watch Company. Above all else, the atmosphere was both laid back and inclusive, thank you to all who joined us.’
The next Sunday Scramble will take place on Sunday 7 October. For more information, click here.