The article also describes facilities on the Camp for the men and women serving there:
"An insight into the domestic, educational, and operational aspects of an RAF Station was gained by many visitors to Cardington's "At Home" on Saturday. Here one could not help but be impressed by the happy and homely atmosphere that permeated the whole place. "A picture of neatness" was how one observer described the huts which are the sleeping quarters of the airmen and WAAF. Inside these cosy buildings kit was stacked neatly on beds in readiness for the routine inspection. Outside lawns and flower beds surround each hut, giving the camp the appearance of a small garden city. The camp has its own roads, all of which are named after heroes of the air such as Gibson Road (Wing Commander Guy Gibson V C).