Whatever the Weather We'll Enjoy Flywheel

When it comes to adventures outdoors, our family love nothing better than a warm sunny day where it’s not too hot or too cold and certainly not raining. So we tend to keep an eye on the weather forecast ahead. This weekend we are hoping for lovely weather where the only roar in the sky will be from planes rather than thunder. A glance at a well known site featuring weather tells us that we are in for a treat this weekend.

One of the images from Flywheel Festival - MEDIA
Of course it’s not just the weather that can feel like a treat to us. Surrounding ourselves by things we love can bring us lots of joy and being accompanied by those we love and seeing their face light up can bring us immeasurable pleasure. As I've reflected before on our family blog hubby loves vehicles and is particularly passionate about those that were used in the wars. Flywheel this weekend (Saturday 24th and 25th) will give us a chance to get up close to ‘classic winged and wheeled vehicles’ with the possible chance of engaging in conversation with their owners.

Image courtesy of Pete Austin one of the images from Flywheel Festival - MEDIA
This is the third Flywheel event to take place and promises to be the biggest and best event yet. There’s an action packed timetable and over 100 vehicles will be taking to the track at the UK’s best preserved Second World War bomber base.

Image courtesy of Chris Byrne, Sunrise Photography one of the images from Flywheel Festival - MEDIA
So why not get outdoors this weekend and treat yourself totickets to Flywheel.

Prices for advance tickets for Flywheel at Bicester Heritage start from just £23 per adult and £52 per family. Adult tickets include free parking as well as a complimentary souvenir programme, while admission for children under the age of five years is free. Tickets are available to purchase online here. A hospitality package is also available with guests gaining access to the Atalanta Motors Flightline Enclosure, prices start from £99 per person. For more information, visit their hospitality page here.

Disclaimer: We were kindly provided a family ticket and compensated travel expenses in exchange for a review. The words and pictures contained within this post are a mixture of my own and that of Flywheel Festival – Media.