|Also known as:||Broom Landing Ground / RFC Broom|
|Current Status:||Unknown (location not known)|
|Date:||October 1916 - 25 November 1916 (relinquished)|
|Landing Surface Types:||Unpaved|
Home Defence fighters of No 38 Squadron had Broom available to them as a landing ground for a short while during World War One. The airfield was relinquished in the autumn of 1916 due to its position on a narrow plateau and aircraft only being able to use one runway. The village today is now known as Broome.
Main unit(s) present:
- No 38 Sqn