21st June 1944

Cloudy, cold, wind still N.E.  Felt better this morning.   

Papers making a great thing of the heavy raids on the Pas de Calais yesterday, which only resulted in more flying bombs than usual being sent over last night.

A man called E. Owen Cooper came in today.  He has bought East Mersea Hall, and intends to farm it.  He is not a farmer, but owns cinemas in Suffolk and has a lot of money. 

Longest day, but so cold tonight that Miss Bentley gave me a fire.  Sat dozing in the arm-chair until 4am, then up to bed.

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