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Airfields, Suffolk

Volume 436: debated on Wednesday 30 April 1947

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asked the Secretary of State for Air when it is proposed to demolish the huts and buildings at Tuddenham and Rattlesden aerodromes, Suffolk, to enable this land to be returned for use in agriculture.

Tuddenham airfield is still needed by the R.A.F. and none of the huts and buildings can yet be given up. Rattlesden airfield is no longer needed by the R.A.F. but the buildings are at present used by other Government Departments and I cannot say when they will be released. At both airfields, however, as much of the land as possible is already being farmed.