Sunday 16th July: La Brick
We had only two wounded to bring down last night. This day is the opposite from yesterday being very dull.
Two batteries alongside us kept up a lively fire all afternoon and though we see very little of what occurs we get all the latest news from all parts of the line from headquarters.
Four of us went up to the reserve trenches at 10pm to see if there were any wounded. There being no cases, two men went back and two of us stayed till 2am but there was nothing doing though the German machine guns were very lively on the roads.
Monday 17th July: La Brick
We did not do any sandbagging today as the dugouts are almost finished and the day was very clear, so if we worked in the open the German balloon would have seen us. Our batteries kept up a very heavy fire all day and the Germans did not reply till after 6pm when they sent over a few coalboxes, some of them being not far off our Aide Post. We had two wounded to bring down at night but I expect the Germans had more than two after our batteries knocked off.
Tuesday 18th July: Peselhock
At 3am five of us were sent down from the Aide Post at La Brick as the work was finished and there were too many men up there. We arrived at “B” Section headquarters at 6am then we were sent on to the Ambulance headquarters at Peselhock. We have still 12 men at Poperinghe and by all accounts, they did some good work there when the Germans were shelling the town.
Wednesday 19th July: Peselhock
We are to stay at headquarters doing fatigues.
Thursday 20th July: Peselhock
The Germans have not shelled Poperinghe for over a week now and the troops and civilians are allowed in the town again.
Friday 21st July: Peselhock
We are still here at Peselhock, nothing much doing here except for a few German
aeroplanes who pay us a visit nearly every morning and evening.
Saturday 22nd July: Peselhock
Nothing much doing