Item 01: Sydney B. Young war diary, 13 May-24 July 1916 - Page 84
strawberries. A quantity of Briars is intersperced among the trees.
Leading from the wood is a good, metalled road (all the roads are good) about 30? wide and on each side of it is, respectively a field of rye and oats.
We crossed the River Avon which at this end, is only a narrow stream, and is literally teeming with trout.
There are houses here 3 & 4 hundred years old Built of flints & looking as solid as ever. This one was built 1600 A.D. [sketch of houses]