Current Use

After WW2 hostilities ceased, Silloth aerodrome was handed back to No:22 Maintenance Unit and the site was used largely for scrapping and storage. The aifield was used breifly for civil flights in the late 1950s and was closed in 1960. Today the remaining buildings are used for industrial units and an extremely popular sunday market, which takes advantage of the hard standing.

Commercial Companies

 Markley IT Consultancy & Secure Storage

Control Tower
The Airfield
Silloth, Cumbria CA7 4NS
Tel. 016973 33820

   Enkev UK

Enkev is a global company, with branches in the UK, Poland, Russia and France, and a joint venture in China and Sri Lanka. The company produce a wide range of high-quality needled and rubberised natural fibres and non-wovens in four countries and on two continents, with exports to more than 40 countries on all continents.

Hangar 42, Silloth Ind Est, The Airfield
CA7 4PA Silloth
Cumbria

Phone:+44 (0) 16973 32122.  Fax:+44 (0) 1382 480777

website: http://silloth.cylex-uk.co.uk/company/d-a-harrison-13047508.html

Carrs Coaches

Carr’s Coaches
Control Tower
The Airfield
Silloth
Wigton
Cumbria, CA7 4NS

website

Lawsons Haulage Ltd

Norwest Mechanical Service

Sunday Market and Car Boot Sale

The Sunday Market at Silloth Airfield is operated by Border Marketing, a family business who aim ito provide an enjoyable family day out.Over a hundred stalls regularly attend the Car Boot Sale on the airfield, making it one of the biggest in the region.  A wide variety of items are sold. Regular stallholders sell plants & flowers, bikes, homewares, antiques, toys and games.The market is open to public 10am-4pm, with traders arriving from 7am.

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