Hagerty recently announced the opening of a brand-new UK Clubhouse at renowned classic car centre of excellence, Bicester Heritage. Today it releases a new film and images to show what visitors can expect when the Clubhouse officially opens in Spring 2023.
The Hagerty Clubhouse is flooded with natural light, and presents bespoke member lounges, a sociable bar area and an exhibition space for curated vehicle displays, all of which will create a totally unique space within the Bicester Heritage site. A boardroom, open-plan working area and private office ensures the space is as exciting to work in as it will be to visit.
Throughout the year Hagerty will present a calendar of events at the venue which will include industry presentations, celebrity and enthusiast-led talks, and car culture inspired activities for all types of vehicle enthusiast. Hagerty customers may also use the space to discuss their insurance requirements or simply as a place to relax whilst visiting the Bicester Heritage site.
Mark Roper, Managing Director of Hagerty International, said “We have worked for months to create the ultimate Hagerty Clubhouse and are proud to show our interior renders to the world. Visitors to the last Bicester Scramble will have seen the space, as we opened the doors for the first time using just the bare shell, but during winter the space will be transformed into the unique space we present today. In just a few months we will officially open the Clubhouse doors and I look forward to welcoming guests to enjoy this very special Hagerty venue”
Hagerty is at the forefront of global car culture, with an unrivalled selection of automotive events, industry-leading insurance products, and multi-platform content. In the UK, Hagerty hosts pioneering events such as Festival of the Unexceptional and RADwood both of which attract new audiences to the world of classic cars.
Bicester Heritage started a revolution in historic vehicle ownership in the UK, set in a unique location it has created the UK’s centre of historic motoring excellence. Founded in 2013 Bicester Heritage is now home for over 50 specialist automotive businesses, part of the wider Bicester Motion location at its 444-acre former WW2 RAF Bomber Training Station. The site is now held as a national exemplar of constructive conservation by Historic England.