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Restore & save RAF Rivenhall

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I used to shoot clay pigeon there in the eighties i was amazed at the great condition of the original buildings and signage do the Smith family of farmers still own it no mention of the owners  there is also a good book about Rivenhall airfield i have a copy somewhere if i remember Marauders flew out of there will check when i find the book

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it would be easy to agree but then you would have to assume  that batteries were given the letter in numerical order ie 434 A 435 B 514 C . l only have a few books on the artillery at the moment at home as most are in storage  while the building work is on going l know that there are others on the forum who may be able to confirm that this was the case or not l will see if there is anything in the books left at home that may help you

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sorry wrong thread
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