Bremont appointed official Sunday Scramble timing partner

The company was founded in 2002 by Nick and Giles English

Bicester Heritage has announced that British watch company Bremont will be the official timing partner for the Sunday Scramble Events over the next three years.
​The next Sunday Scramble takes place on 22 April, where Bremont will be celebrating its new partnership with Bicester Heritage by displaying a number of watches in the Station Armoury, Building 123.

Bremont is known for creating chronometers that are dedicated to reinvigorating Britain’s horological past. The firm also manufactures a number of special edition timepieces for serving or former members of the armed forces with watches only being made available to those who have flown in, served on or are connected to a particular aeroplane or warship.

Giles English, co-founder of Bremont, said: “It is a real privilege working with partners such as Bicester Heritage who celebrate so much of what we’re passionate about at Bremont.

“Bicester Heritage have done an amazing job at restoring such an important historic British location that really resonates with us due to its significant military heritage and as a center of excellence for classic motoring, both Nick and I are very excited to be a part of it.”

Dan Geoghegan, managing director of Bicester Heritage, added: “Bremont has established itself as the watch company of choice for craftsmanship and passion, values that precisely match our own. With a love for motoring and flying, the partnership could not be better.”

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Alessandro Carrara

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