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Fiskerton

Major
Also known as: RAF Fiskerton
County: Lincolnshire
Current Status: Farmland
Date: 1942 - 15 December 1945 (Care & Maintenance)
Current Use: Disused
Used By: RAF
Landing Surface Types: Paved
The following organisations are either based at, use and/or have at least potentially significant connections with the airfield (as at 01/07/2013):
  • Cherry Willingham Heritage Society
  • Fiskerton Parish Council
  • Reepham Parish Council
  • St Clement of Rome Church, Fiskerton

Main unit(s) present:

  • No 49 Sqn
  • No 61 MU
  • No 93 MU
  • No 141 Sqn
  • No 150 Sqn
  • No 255 MU
  • No 576 Sqn
  • No 1514 BAT Flight
  • No 1690 (Bomber) Defence Training Flight
  • No 2753 Sqn RAF Regiment
  • No 2799 Sqn RAF Regiment
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No 576 Squadron's final parade at Fiskerton, September 1945. Courtesy of New Zealand Bomber Command Association/Stone

002Runway 05:23. Looking south west from Reepham Road - 1 July 2007.png

Runway 05:23, looking south west from Reepham Road, 1 July 2007. © Richard Flagg

003Runway 05:23. Looking north east from Reepham Road - 1 July 2007.png

Runway 05:23, looking north east from Reepham Road, 1 July 2007. © Richard Flagg

004Taxiway at the south of the airfield. Looking east from Reepham Road - 1 July 2007.png

Taxiway at the south of the airfield, looking east from Reepham Road, 1 July 2007. © Richard Flagg

005Runway 05:23. Looking north east from Reepham Road - 9 February 2011.png

Runway 05:23, looking north east from Reepham Road, 9 February 2011. © Richard Flagg

006Gymnasium, Chancel & Projection Room - 9 February 2011.png

Gymnasium, Chancel and Projection Room at Fiskerton, 9 February 2011. © Richard Flagg

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Machine Gun Range at Fiskerton, 9 February 2011. © Richard Flagg

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Operations Block at Fiskerton, 9 February 2011. © Richard Flagg

Ted Cachart at Fiskerton, describing his experiences during the Second World War. Courtesy of 49Squadron

Aerial footage of Fiskerton, c. 2014. Courtesy of Michael Tipton

Aerial footage of Fiskerton, c. 2014. Courtesy of MandGRVideo

Parent(s)/HQ Airfields(s):

Scampton

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