Bicester classic car weekend sept 18 19 20

Bicester classic car weekend sept 18 19 20

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tonymor

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1,200 posts

131 months

Wednesday 16th September
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Anyone going to Bicester this weekend?
I’m elsewhere but would have gone.
Tickets are still on sale.

Mariachi

46 posts

56 months

Friday 18th September
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I'll be heading up in the E30

WJNB

2,637 posts

120 months

Friday 18th September
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Got tickets for the Scramble meet Sunday 4th October but half expecting it to be cancelled in the light of an impending Covid-19 national spike, So enjoy this week-end while you can.
Have noted that some organisations are beginning to cancel 2021 events in the light of so much uncertainty.

tonymor

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1,200 posts

131 months

Friday 18th September
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I’ve got scramble tickets too so hoping for it to continue 🤞

daydotz

1,586 posts

120 months

Sunday 20th September
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The concern with the scramble is the volume of tickets that have been sold & rolled over how can it be managed in the current climate

petemurphy

8,206 posts

142 months

Monday 21st September
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lovely day out was great

Byker28i

29,734 posts

176 months

Wednesday 23rd September
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WJNB said:
Got tickets for the Scramble meet Sunday 4th October but half expecting it to be cancelled in the light of an impending Covid-19 national spike, So enjoy this week-end while you can.
Have noted that some organisations are beginning to cancel 2021 events in the light of so much uncertainty.
Now cancelled - email came out last night


2nd September 2020
October Scramble Update
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.

The inclusivity of the Scramble events means that, by their very nature, enthusiasts are encouraged to congregate in close proximity within Bicester Heritage’s Technical Site which, even in a distanced fashion in the coming weeks, would be inappropriate. Looking ahead to October, we believe that cancelling the event is sadly the most appropriate decision to take at this time.

It is our responsibility to safeguard our specialist community, employees, event-attendees and to uphold Government regulation. Bicester Heritage is disappointed not to be able to proceed with the Scramble as planned, and we know that this will be sad news for the many event supporters who had made plans to attend, both enthusiasts and exhibitors alike.

Bicester Heritage is reviewing future event possibilities for COVID-compliant gatherings and will endeavour to welcome visitors to our historic location once it is safe to do so.

Bicester Heritage would like to take this opportunity to thank our Scramble Pass holders for their continued support throughout 2020. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and look forward to welcoming you to our Centre of Excellence for historic motoring enterprise in 2021.

Scramble Pass Refund Policy

If you have held on to your Scramble Passes throughout the year, we wholeheartedly thank you for your support. The unprecedented turn of events throughout 2020 has certainly made it a tough year to navigate for any events business.

We will refund all pass holders in full via Eventbrite. Refunds will be made through the ticket booking system this week.

Once again, on behalf of all at Bicester Heritage, do take care and please ensure that care and compassion for one another remains at the forefront of all our minds.

https://bicesterheritage.co.uk/whaton/octoberscram...