Driffield early history
I’ve just found out I’ll be in the Driffield, Yorkshire, England area for a day next week (I live in Canada), and since my grandfather took flying training at “27 Squadron Training, Royal Air Force", there in 1917-1918 (on I presume, Avros), I thought I’d dry to stop by, get a few pictures and get a feel for what it might have been like for him.
Just thought I’d try this forum first to see if anyone knows if there's any dedication or museum/history room for the old airfield.
His log book also says he landed at “North Weald” and “Doncaster”.
Anyone with any ideas where I should go, or exactly what to see?
My apologies if this isn't the forum for this post. I did a search on Driffield but found very little, and nothing from the WW1 era.
Thanks in advance,