Yesterday, Sue and I visited the National Trust park and house - Coome on the outskirts of Worcester. We spent most of the time in the park and visiting the Georgian house, but I still had time to check out RAF Defford. The RAF base was set up during WWII and remained operational until the early Cold War as an experimental radar establishment. All that now remains are a couple of huts and a cracked runway, but the museum still has lots to offer and I enjoyed the experience.
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