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Sunday Scramble - Sunday 6 October 2019

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Sunday 6 October 2019 – 9:00am – 4:00pm

We’re back at Bicester Heritage on Sunday 6 October for the Sunday Scramble with discounted entry and display parking for Club members.

Buy Club Member Vehicle Tickets – LDC Discount Code LDC1019C

Club ticket sales close no later than midnight on Tuesday 1 October and will not be available on the gate.

Click on the ‘Enter Promo Code’ link towards the top of the ‘Tickets’ block on the booking page and input your club discount code LDC1019C. The club ticket option will then become visible in the list of ticket options for you to select. Please note, if the Classic Vehicle ticket is purchased instead of the Club Vehicle ticket, there will not be a space allocated in the club parking display area.

With over 40 specialist businesses situated in a jaw-dropping location, this is an open day event unlike any other. See inside the workshops and showrooms at the freshly restored historic buildings of the former RAF Bicester, explore the unique site and take in its evocative autumnal atmosphere.

Taking place on a Sunday morning, this event encourages historic motoring enthusiasts to get involved and bring their pre-1990 vehicle to join the eclectic display. From commercials to motorcycles, pre-War, veterans and modern classics, the mix is astonishing and ever changing. Nestled in-between the 1920s RAF buildings and tree-lined avenues, this location has a filmset quality and a buzz that is truly unique.

Family friendly and laid back, the Scramble is a wonderful way to while away the hours on a Sunday morning in the company of some spectacular machines at the best-preserved WW2 RAF Bomber Station in the country.

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Not only to club ticket sales go off on 1 October, but first release discounted tickets (£5 per person) ends on 6 September.

Thereafter £10 per person

+ small booking fee in both cases

 Ahead of the curve (or at least on it), I got my tickets yesterday :91_thumbsup:

See you there!   

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2 hours ago, Flaming June said:

Not only to club ticket sales go off on 1 October, but first release discounted tickets (£5 per person) ends on 6 September.

Thereafter £10 per person

+ small booking fee in both cases

 Ahead of the curve (or at least on it), I got my tickets yesterday :91_thumbsup:

See you there!   

Thanks for the heads up Mark ..👍

Ticket bought.

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Hi all make sure you get your tickets book up now 25 cars booked already .

Eddie.

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On 8/28/2019 at 3:55 PM, sinbad said:

Thanks for the heads up Mark ..👍

Ticket bought.

 

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On 8/3/2019 at 5:01 PM, T15EGR 🐯 said:

Sunday 6 October 2019 – 9:00am – 4:00pm

We’re back at Bicester Heritage on Sunday 6 October for the Sunday Scramble with discounted entry and display parking for Club members.

Buy Club Member Vehicle Tickets – LDC Discount Code LDC1019C

Club ticket sales close no later than midnight on Tuesday 1 October and will not be available on the gate.

Click on the ‘Enter Promo Code’ link towards the top of the ‘Tickets’ block on the booking page and input your club discount code LDC1019C. The club ticket option will then become visible in the list of ticket options for you to select. Please note, if the Classic Vehicle ticket is purchased instead of the Club Vehicle ticket, there will not be a space allocated in the club parking display area.

With over 40 specialist businesses situated in a jaw-dropping location, this is an open day event unlike any other. See inside the workshops and showrooms at the freshly restored historic buildings of the former RAF Bicester, explore the unique site and take in its evocative autumnal atmosphere.

Taking place on a Sunday morning, this event encourages historic motoring enthusiasts to get involved and bring their pre-1990 vehicle to join the eclectic display. From commercials to motorcycles, pre-War, veterans and modern classics, the mix is astonishing and ever changing. Nestled in-between the 1920s RAF buildings and tree-lined avenues, this location has a filmset quality and a buzz that is truly unique.

Family friendly and laid back, the Scramble is a wonderful way to while away the hours on a Sunday morning in the company of some spectacular machines at the best-preserved WW2 RAF Bomber Station in the country.

 

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