§ 124. Commander Agnew
asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty if he will now define the boundaries of Culdrose air station; and, in particular, state whether the waters of the Helford River are to be left to the free and uninterrupted access and use of the public.
I am sending the hon. Member two maps defining the boundaries 133W of the Royal Naval Air Station, Culdrose, and the siting of the station relative to the Helford River. From these he will see that it does not interfere with the public access to, and use of, the Helford River, nor does the operation of the air station so interfere. The nearest boundary of the airfield to this river is about one mile distant.