Although flying operations are not now the main role of Leconfield, two Sea King helicopters of 'E' Flight, 202 Sqn are based here in the Search and Rescue role[17] however this is likely to change soon as a private company is planning to take over the services and the aircraft will change.[18](Flying operations ceased on 1 April 2015 with the departure of the 2 Seaking helicopters. The Search and rescue function been assumed by the Maritime and Coastguard agency based at Humberside Airport)

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The civil parish is formed by the villages of Leconfield and Arram and the hamlet of Scorborough. According to the 2011 UK census, Leconfield parish had a population of 2,127,[1] an increase on the 2001 UK census figure of 1,990.[2]

We welcome you to our home on the microclimatic southern side of the idyllic Isle of Wight. The house is situated on St Boniface Down elevated above the historic village of Bonchurch and has spectacular panoramic sea views from most rooms and also from the dining room.

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Leconfield is a village and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It is situated approximately 3 miles (5 km) north-west of Beverley town centre and lies on the A164 road.

In 1823 Leconfield ( then spelt 'Leckonfield') was a civil parish in the Wapentake of Harthill. The parish church was under the patronage of George Wyndham, 3rd Earl of Egremont. A medieval Lord of the manor had been Peter de Brus, Lord of Skelton. Population in 1823 was 302. Occupations included ten farmers, one of whom was the landlord of The Roebuck public house, a bricklayer, a shopkeeper, a carpenter, a blacksmith, and butcher, and the landlady of The Bay Horse public house.[3]

The postcode for satnav users (which should not be solely relied upon) is HU17 7LX.

We offer a warm welcome, comfortable, luxury accommodation and excellent freshly prepared food using island produce wherever possible.

The church dedicated to St Catherine was designated a Grade I listed building in 1968 and is now recorded in the National Heritage List for England, maintained by Historic England.[4]

The heart and soul of The Leconfield is our beautiful restaurant & courtyard garden. Comfy seating, a relaxing bar, pretty courtyard garden and a friendly welcome greets you as you enter the door.

Leconfield is a residential property development and construction company that specialises in the acquisition, design and development of houses and apartments in prime Central London.

Leconfield is home to RAF Leconfield, now used as an airfield for Sea King helicopters of the 202 Squadron and the 'Army School of Mechanical Transport' (now Defence School of Transport).

The Defence School of Transport Normandy Barracks Leconfield East Yorkshire HU17 7LX

During the war the RAF squadrons based at Leconfield were:

Leconfield FC for girls has recently been established and the girl footballers compete in a local football league.[citation needed]

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Leconfield is now home to the Defence School of Transport (DST Leconfield) and is one of the Schools that make up the Defence College of Logistics Policing and Administration (DCLPA) it is a Tri-Service establishment. DST Leconfield is Europe's largest driver training establishment, the accommodation is designated as Normandy Barracks.

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A Leconfield property provides the latest in modern technology discreetly integrated into classic interiors, achieving the perfect balance between traditional and contemporary living.

Dining experience for non resident guests available. We are proud to have been awarded an AA 5 star gold award for the 8th consecutive year 2016.

DST offers 133 different courses to phase 2 and phase 3 students. Training is delivered by an establishment of 894 permanent staff to approximately 600 students a day.

In addition to the core training of military personnel, DST provides specialist training to the Police, Fire Service and overseas training to Defence Attachés.

The station was also the place of formation of the Polish No. 302 Squadron "Poznański", and the place of rest of the Polish No. 303 "Kościuszko" Squadron after it had its turn in the defence of London.[12]

Leconfield opened on 3 December 1936[1] as part of RAF Bomber Command[2] with Handley Page Heyford bombers from No. 166 Squadron RAF using the airfield from January 1937 until early September 1939.[3]

Training for newly commissioned Logistics Officers, Driving Examiners and Instructors, ‘Blue Light’ emergency vehicle training, transport management courses, signals training and driving and instruction.

Leconfield Castle was the home of the Percy family, Dukes of Northumberland. There are extensive Tudor brick remains on the visible mound and the 'moat' also remains.[citation needed]

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Leconfield United is the local men's football team that was established in 2009 and entered into Myton Division 4 of the Hull Sunday Football League. Leconfield United relocated to Hull for the 2010–11 season and was entered into Wyke Division 6 finishing top of the league and undefeated.[citation needed]

In the 1970s the control tower at Leconfield developed a reputation for being haunted by a Flight Lieutenant who had been killed on the station. The cinema on the camp becoming a listed building because the building is the only one of its type. RAF Leconfield closed on 1 January 1977.[1]

Situated in the heart of Petworth, The Leconfield is an AA 2 rosette, award winning restaurant and bar offering stylish yet informal dining. Set in the surroundings of a beautifully restored 17th century building the restaurant offers a la carte and set menus as well as private dining rooms

The Leconfield hotel is the perfect location for a peaceful holiday retreat on the Isle of Wight. We regret we do not have suitable accommodation for families with young children, we are adult only (over 16 years) and don't accept four legged canine or feline guests.

The former RAF Leconfield, or 'Leconfield Camp' was a Royal Air Force station in Leconfield (near Beverley), East Riding of Yorkshire, England. The site is now used by the MoD Defence School of Transport Leconfield (DST Leconfield).