HC Deb 15 July 1919 vol 118 c229W
Major NALL

asked the Under-Secretary of State to the Air Ministry whether the Whalley Range Cricket dub premises at Didsbury, Manchester, which were taken possession of for military aviation purposes in 1917, are now being used by a company for civilian flying; and whether he will restore these premises to their rightful owners now that they are no longer required for military aviation?

Major-General SEELY

The Didsbury Aerodrome will be required for Royal Air Force purposes until 30th November, 1919, and has been made available for civilian flying since 1st May. The future use of this and similar aerodromes is receiving careful consideration.