With just a handful of days to go until A Porsche Christmas at Bicester, time is running out to secure your tickets! We hope you can join us at Bicester Heritage, this coming Sunday, 11 December. Tickets won’t be available on the gate, so please book in advance and no later than midnight on Saturday, 10 December to avoid disappointment.
The event will get underway from 9am, however to avoid congestion we would ask visitors to stagger their arrival times throughout the morning. There will be strictly no entry to the public before 9am. Cars will not be allowed to queue outside the gates and will be moved on if they do. Gates will not open before 9am to the general public and members.
If you are arriving in a Porsche, please use the South Gate entrance. If you are arriving in a non-Porsche, please the West Gate entrance. The parking will be spilt into three areas, Porsche, non-Porsche and stallholders. Please follow any instructions from marshals as they guide you to an appropriate parking area.
Inside the hangar, alongside the Christmas market we’ll have a carefully curated display of rare classic and contemporary road and racing Porsches from Porsche GB and Club members. This includes “Through the Years” collections of Turbos, Targas, Transaxle and RS models along with some very special race cars we can’t wait for you to see.
If you haven’t already done so, you can purchase your tickets using the link below.
Tickets are priced at £16 per person, with Club members able to enjoy a £4 discount on their tickets. To take advantage of this offer, you must be logged into your account prior to making your purchase.
Ahead of the big day a selection of stallholders are offering some amazing pre-orders and discounted deals which you can collect upon arrival, including Porsche inspired Christmas Jumpers, James Martin’s signature gin and even Christmas trees! You’ll find a full list of the offers available here.
As with previous years, we will be accepting donations for the local food bank and hope we can count on your generosity. Take a look at what’s in a food parcel to see what items to donate, and don’t forget that food banks also accept essential non-food items such as toiletries and hygiene products, helping people in crisis to maintain dignity and feel human again.
There will also be a silent auction in aid of Air Ambulances UK running until Monday, 12 December.
You can visit the auction here. To bid, please create an account or login here.
When leaving the event, please be respectful of the local community and do so in a sensible manner abiding by the rules of the road.