ⓘ Aston Down

                                     

ⓘ Aston Down

Aston Down is in Gloucestershire, South West England, 2 1 ⁄ 2 miles east of Minchinhampton, 6 miles southeast of Stroud and 7 miles west of Cirencester. The nearest settlement is the large village of Chalford, 1 mile to the northwest.

The airfield was used by the Royal air force from the First world war until 1967, when the Cotswold gliding club moved from its previous base near Tetbury. In 2002, the Land and most of the hangars around the airfield was sold by the Ministry of defence to private developers for use as industrial units.

                                     
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