An Oxfordshire heritage group is inviting members to enjoy additional benefits under new membership tiers named after old RAF aircraft engines.

Bicester Heritage’s membership club, Scramblers, has welcomed over 6000 people to date, all of whom have enjoyed access to exclusive events and benefits.

Now, in the lead up to its first birthday in June, Scramblers is expanding its membership tiers to provide members with a range of perks that are exclusive to Bicester Heritage.

The two new membership options, Pegasus and Merlin, are named after engines that powered aircraft stationed at Bicester Heritage when it was an RAF base.

Additional benefits for members who opt into the new tiers include the opportunity to enjoy a car portrait or photographic session at the historic Bicester Heritage location, up to four included tickets to the signature Scramble! events, and discounts on purchases at on-site businesses such as The Wiggly Monkey Brewery, Skywave Gin and The Road Rat.  

Scramblers exists to celebrate the historic motoring sector and the driving and preservation of classic cars.

Phillip White, Associate Director, Brand and Marketing at Bicester Heritage, said: “It’s an exciting time for Scramblers as we expand our membership tiers and the additional benefits that these bring.

“Sharing the magic of Bicester, not just during events but day-to-day, is what Scramblers is all about.”


Read more from this author

This story was written by Matthew Norman, he joined the team in 2022 as a Facebook community reporter.

Matthew covers Bicester and focuses on finding stories from diverse communities.

Get in touch with him by emailing:

Follow him on Twitter: @OxMailMattN1

A message from our Editor

Thank you for reading this story and supporting the Oxford Mail.

If you like what we do please consider getting a subscription for the Oxford Mail and in return we’ll give you unrestricted access with less adverts across our website from the latest news, investigations, features, and sport.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Tik Tok for more. 

You can also join the conversation in our Facebook groups: stay ahead of traffic alerts here, keep up to date with the latest from court here, share your favourite memories of Oxford here, get your daily dose of celebrity news here and take some time out with news that will make you smile. 

If you’ve got a story for our reporters, send us your news here. You can also list an event for free here.