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However, building materials and skilled labour were in short supply.Work began everywhere on building new housing, and at first the emphasis was on speed.
The base remained active, but on 26th May, 1946, the second open day since the end of the war was held.Quick links on this page Mildenhall goes American 1950 London overspill official 1954 Fighters, bombers, rail cuts 1960 WSWB set up, Gas ends 1964 Flooding and Growth 1968 Pageant of St Edmund 1970 Boby's closes 1972 A45 Bury Bypass opens 1973 Local councils reorganised 1974 London overspill stalls 1979 Winter of Discontent 1980 Nowton Court purchased 1985 Western Way, the Hurricane, and Black Monday 1987 Poll Tax introduced 1990 Council Tax, Manor House 1993 Police Authorities set up 1995 Corn Market dies out 1997 Cattle Market closes 1998 Town Centre Gateways 1999 Millenium Bug?2000 Foot of Page In the aftermath of war many of our buildings looked different as railing had been removed to be melted down "for the war effort".Arthur had to arrange for the reception of 180 new call-up men, despite the ending of hostilities.However, it was inevitable that cutbacks would soon take place.Redgrave Hall had been requisitioned for troops during the war, and following this period, and the massive repairs needed, it was demolished in 1946, like many other large houses of the time.
The airfields and military installations in our area naturally began to be wound down.In 1945 307 and 85 Squadrons flew from RAF Castle Camps in Mosquitos but the station now closed down in January 1946.Honington remained as HQ for the American VIII AF Fighter Command until 26th February 1946.The people had changed and a way of life had disappeared. Rationing continued, families were still separated in many cases, and homes were destroyed.Long term issues replaced the day to day survival of the war, and the economy was totally geared to munitions production and had to be turned around.The large establishment for training the recruits needed by the Third Infantry Division at Gibralter Barracks and Blenheim Camp, (West Lines), was now scaled down.