Monday, 27 October 2008

Thursday, 8 April 1943

Another bitterly cold day.
Mrs Snowling, a WI lecturer, lunched here before giving a class on household jobbing in the vestry opposite.
Anne felt very poorly in the evening and had her supper in bed.
Bet rang up in the evening and gave the distressing news that Hester and Awly's heads were "crawling". She put it down to some sheep's wool which they had brought in from a [?] which was alive. The district nurse was taking drastic measures.

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