BIKERS will be revving into the heart of Warwickshire this week for the Bulldog Bash.
After taking a year off in 2013, the festival has made a successful and peaceful return to Long Marston Airfield for the past two years.
Now on a smaller scale and having been stripped back to its roots as an old-school bike show, the 2016 event is set to take place from Thursday (August 11) until Sunday (August 14).
Featuring the wall of death, the drag strip, fairground attractions, and a host of stalls, organisers are looking forward to welcoming festival-goers as well as bikes of all shapes and sizes from across the world.
The Bash has been held at the airfield since 1987 and has raised thousands of pounds for local charities over the years.
The event was granted a ten year licence by Stratford District Council in 2008, which currently permits an audience of up to 10,000.
Tickets are priced at £50 on the gate. Children aged 15 and under are free but must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
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