We attended an open day, tickets in advance. The location is tucked away in the countryside, unused since the First World War ended. This airfield was part of a chain of home defence airfields the royal flying corps used from 1917 to 1919 to intercept German raids, Zepplins and bombers. As an ongoing project to restore the only unchanged such WW1 airfield it’s coming long nicely. Volunteers from air cadets on scene to help with parking, coffee and tea rooms. The exhibits are very detailed talking about people who fought and died here some of their items left behind exhibited to great affect. It needs money to complete the work, as you. Can see from my photos it caters of kids too. A classic car event also taking place during our visit.
Highly recommend a few hours spent here.