13th April 1942

Uncle Frank went home today. Terribly long [War Agricultural] meeting at Birch, 2.15 to 7.30. When I got back I went round to Molly Blomfield at 12 Trinity St. and had supper, and the usual talk about Museum affairs.

Bought the little grey pony for £13 from Hampshire, so I must sell it next week.

Glorious day. Quite warm. The country is looking very well now, and you can see the results of the winter’s work.

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