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Enemy artillery active. The half-completed dug-out in Landleague Avenue attracted a good deal of the fire, being in white chalk. 20 shells, 77mm, fell in its immediate neighbourhood between 12 noon and 16:00hrs; but no damage was done. This dug-out has some 15ft of earth above its roof, being tunneled and is intended as a shelter in case of heavy bombardment.

Three shells out of six directed on the support bivovacs of No 2 Coy were blind.

Patrols again met no hostile parties.

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