Carnaby Airfield Memorial

 

Carnaby Airfield Memorial

Welcome to Carnaby Airfield Memorial website


During World War Two, the Air Ministry bought agricultural land in Carnaby to build an emergency landing strip for bombers. Carnaby was to be used for battle-damaged bombers who were unable to reach their home bases and for diversions due to poor weather conditions. The airfield was built by a company called Monks and was operational by March/April of 1944.

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Sue Dawson
info@carnabyairfieldmemorial.org

01262 606153

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