6th May 1915
Mela Brown Constable, Seward House, Badsey
Cyril E Sladden Esq, 9th Worcesters, Officers' Mess, Blackdown Camp, near Farnborough
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I am leaving here by the 9.24 from Evesham arriving London 11.50 on Saturday. Possibly Kath may meet me and we shall go on to Sydenham until after tea.
I had some more tennis this morning. Ethel and I are going to tea this afternoon over the way and to play tennis. A Miss Hawley lectured on the ‘Progress of the War’ last night, in the schools. A most stirring address giving the reasons why we should not make peace in a hurry.
I will write tomorrow in time for you to hear on Sunday morning.
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