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RAF Seighford

Royal Air Force Seighford or more simply RAF Seighford is a former Royal Air Force station located 3.6 miles (5.8 km) northwest of Stafford, Staffordshire, England.

History

Only two units were here:[1]

Current use

Most of site is currently leased by the Staffordshire Gliding Club who moved to Seighford in 1994. The main runway is grass NE/SW and 1000 metres long. The club has a membership of 100 and a fleet of three two seater training gliders and two single seaters for qualified solo pilots. The one remaining tarmac runway to the South is used by a driving experience company. The old control tower is still standing as are a number of original wartime buildings which were used for many years by displaced Polish refugee families.

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  1. ^ "Seighford".  

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