HC Deb 29 June 1944 vol 401 c810W
Mr. Granville

asked the Secretary of State for War if he will leave the crossing known as Frazer's Bridge, at Walberswick, Suffolk, in position for the use of the local population as their sole means of communication by road, instead of employing military personnel for its demolition.

Sir J. Grigg

This Bridge was erected for the troops who were stationed in this area. It was constructed of standard bridging material used by the Army in active operations. When the troops left it was decided to remove the Bridge and use the bridging material to meet the Army's renirements. I understand that the removal was completed on 19th June.