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HILDON-le-NOBLE: Private airstrip     (also known simply as HILDON and also as STOCKBRIDGE)

Note:  Later known as BOSSINGTON - see seperate entry
 

Location: 0.5nm E of B3084, 3nm SW of Stockbridge

Period of operation:  1962 to -
 

NOTES: In the mid 1970s four aircraft were based here; D.H.C.1 Chipmunk 22 G-AOUP of the Wessex Flying Group, Vickers-Supermarine Spitfire 
G-ASOZ, Jodel DR.1050 M.I Excellence G-AVJK and, the Isaacs Spitfire G-BBJI registered to Mr J O Isaacs.



 

 

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