20th July 1940

When I saw Sisson on Wednesday, I told him of my difficulties in getting any form of land work, so he promised to mention it to a friend. This morning the friend arrived, none other than Mr Parrington of [Sherbourne Mill] Lawford, who came to see us years ago about a discovery on his land. He was very kind, and said he could certainly give me work for the harvest, for which I was very grateful. ...

Went to Rose’s for supper.

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