HC Deb 17 April 1946 vol 421 cc445-6W
17. Major Ramsay

asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air whether, in view of the fact that there are now only empty locked huts and a few sheep grazing on the aerodrome at Kinnell, Arbroath, he will consider forthwith reopening the road across it which was formerly used by schoolchildren, as the continued objection to the use of this road means that the children are forced to take a roundabout route which adds two miles to their journey.

Mr. Strachey

Yes, Sir. We are reopening this road, first for pedestrians, and then for other traffic, as soon as the local highway authority says that it is fit for general use again.