3rd October 1942
Fog cleared, but low clouds continued. Some Hurricanes flew over this afternoon, when it cleared a bit, but there was no alarm all day. The town was as crowded as usual. Immense queues waiting to go in the cinemas. Either the people have no apprehension of attacks or else they are past caring what happens.
Saw our two Land Girls from Fingringhoe riding into town on their own horses, looking very smart. They tie-up at The Bull.
On duty tonight. A thickening fog seems to promise a quiet time. Michaelmas Horse Sale today – three entries.