Museum Committee today, afterwards they came down to the Castle to see the wooden figures and the brasses. Hull suggested to the Committee that a Wardens’ post should be established at the Castle, and that the whole building should be in the charge of wardens as he does not consider we are very reliable. The two attendants are now complaining of the amount of duty which they have to do.
During the usual alarm tonight, Warden Lissimore and the Revd. Knock came in. We all had hot tea in the Oven.
A girl was attacked by one of the Australians last night, up Bergholt Road, and very badly hurt.
Very cold today.