Most of the old Domestic Site is pretty much flattened except for the family housing area, the Mission Support Building & Community Centre (both leased to civilian companies), the Burger King (which is to be upgraded and made the Rendlesham Village - which is what Bentwaters is now called - Shop and Post Office), and some of the newer buildings near where the Officer's Club once stood. The Camelot Theatre (now known as the Angel) has a reprieve until about Sep/Oct at which time it will probably be flattened. The flight line side (Operational Site) is also undergoing a lot of clearance but certainly not as "savage" as on the Domestic Site. This side is known as Bentwaters Park and the Kemble family who bought most of it have been very sympathetic in their clearance programmes. The old Control Tower looks better than when the USAF had it and is now the home of a small museum dedicated to the history of the 81st TFW.
I could not get any closer as the demolition company have a 6 foot fence around the entire area and entry is restricted to those associated with the demolition. Keep up the good work on the site - I'm sure everybody really appreciates your efforts. Kind regards, Ken Cook