Item 02: Sydney B. Young war diary, 24 July-14 October 1916 - Page 55
billets and turning in between the few blankets we had (about 1 per man) we had no longer closed our eyes and began to think of sleep when the alarm went and we had to dress and fall in outside H'dq'rs, again in the rain. After seeing all present & correct we were dismissed independently to our billets.
5th Rose at 7 a.m. played a few marches and started back to the camp 10.10 a.m. Past through Codford and Wylye two small villages. These little villages always lie in the indentations of these undulating plains