Item 02: Sydney B. Young war diary, 24 July-14 October 1916 - Page 74
are grabbing for the berries"
Ivy is absolutely a pest here. You see large trees absolutely covered with it. banks, hedges stones, gullies, everywhere it fastens itself to whatever it can cling to. It forms a carpet on the ground, it covers the houses, in fact it is everywhere.
Next we passed what is called the Robber's stone which is a stone pillar 2? square and 6? high. On it is fastened an iron plate which says that on that spot 4 highwaymen attacked and robbed a gentleman but they were pursued, one of the robbers being killed.