// Angle

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Contrary to normal thinking, Angle did in fact see flying well past the end of World War Two as it became a Relief Landing Ground for Fleet Air Arm aircraft based at Brawdy until the 1950s. No other more precise details however are as of yet readily available relating to this era, while no local memories exist either."
Also known as: HMS Goldcrest / RAF Angle / RNAS Angle
Type: Major
County: Pembrokeshire
Date: 1 June 1941 - 1950s
Current Use: Disused
Current Status: Farmland
Used By: RAF / FAA
The following organisations are either based at, use and/or have significant connections with the airfield (as at 01/09/2011):

  • Angle Community Council
  • St Mary's Church, Angle
Main unit(s) present:

  • No 1 (Coastal) Engine Control Demonstration Unit
  • No 32 Sqn
  • No 152 Sqn
  • No 263 Sqn
  • No 312 Sqn
  • No 412 Sqn
  • No 421 Sqn
  • No 615 Sqn
  • No 759 Sqn
  • No 794 Sqn
  • CCDU
  • Engine Control Instructional Flight

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