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The pictures to the left and below show more of the remaining buildings connected with the wartime airfield.

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On June 2nd 2002, the restored Control Tower was opened to the public by Beryl Davis, Glenn Miller's wartime singer as noted on the plaque shown on the left.

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Close to the airfield is the Fox and Hounds public house which, in WWII, was no doubt frequented by local military personnel (right)

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Interior of the 'Fox and Hounds' (left)


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