29 April 1916; Saturday

[The pages for 29 & 30 April, which face each other, are badly smudged, in part illegible.]

Men parading for their gear. Off in afternoon. Went into town and had a bath with Green. Met Bennett and went to Cinderhill1 café for tea. Some fun with the girls. Went to concert at night at Victoria Hall. Met Mrs Inwood and Franchie and a lot of RAMC men. I went with them to supper. Very good concert.

  1. “Cinderhill”: uncertain transcription, but there are Cinderhill Lanes both N. and S. of Sheffield, so it may have been used as a name for a business.