Bicester Heritage has announced it is adding a new Saturday date to its April Scramble event. This is due to popular demand for the Sunday Scramble, which is taking place on 24th April.
The new date on the Saturday (23rd April) means an additional 5,000 tickets are now available, giving fans who initially missed out on tickets the opportunity to attend on the Saturday.
Attendees will be able to explore the best-preserved WW2 RAF Bomber Station in the country from 9am to 4pm, gaining access behind the doors of industry-leading Specialist workshops that the Bicester Heritage hub for historic motoring enterprise is renowned for.
Guests will also be able to enjoy refreshments from on-site beverage producers Wriggly Monkey Brewery and Sky Wave Gin and experience the world of vintage aviation on the active grass airfield, in addition to exploring the workshops that are usually kept behind lock and key.
Bicester Heritage’s Scramblers membership club will be present in full force, promising a range of curated displays and special surprises during both full days of the Scramble, from members and guest automotive producers alike.
The Scramblers membership club and the Scramble events exist to celebrate the historic motoring sector and the magic in the driving and preservation of classic cars, while making these experiences open and accessible for future generations.
Dan Geoghegan, CEO, Bicester Heritage adds: “The April Scramble fires the post-pandemic starting pistol for us all and we can’t wait to welcome enthusiasts to Bicester Heritage for this important weekend.”