Whilst out walking it's common to see building debris poking through the tracks. What do you think of when you see it? Do you consider what it was, or whether it's in situ or does it not really register, do you wonder what history lays beneath our feet. This just looks like building rubble, what it is, is the scattered remains of the bomb store of Holmesley's World War Two Airfield. Located off a dispersal track, away from the main airfield, all that remains of the storage area are areas of level-ish ground bounded by earthen banks, and occasional patches of exposed rubble. During the war they would have safely stored a variety of munitions, under camouflage netting, with the surrounding trees and shrubs providing perfect cover.