18 November 2014
18th November 1944: many killed... we enjoyed radio Music hall
18 Sat. Rather mild, very damp: dull. To the Cheam meat shop; got some for Mrs Veale to whom Tibby has now returned. Started painting the interior of sitting room in lovely cream enamel commencing on the window frames. Fitted up Mrs. Veale’s wireless and got good results; it withstood the bombing without damage. Having got it going she invited Ciss and I to hear Sat. night’s Music Hall and enjoyed it very much. While at Cheam I saw where the flying bomb dropped on Wed. last at Frogmore Gardens: the damage was terrible and very extensive and many were killed. Also saw great demolitions – the result of earlier bombing in Wrayfield Rd. Windsor Av. and Henley Road.
Posted by Tony