Monday, 5 March 1928
The papers this morning said that yesterday was the warmest March day recorded for about 56 years!
Tuesday, 6 March
Pippa drove to Sudbury and played tennis on a hard court with Miss Braithwaite, Miss Burke and Miss Andrews.
Thursday, 8 March
Pippa and I went to Stoke by Nayland and lunched with the Brittans. Polly felt seedy and did not come. Mrs and Miss Simpson also at the lunch.
Cosh and Imelda? arrived from Bethersden. Cosh stayed the night and Imelda went on to Gosford to see her mother who is unwell.
Leslie came over in the afternoon and stayed till after tea.
Pippa went to Sudbury in the evening and attended a Red Cross lecture.
Saturday, 10 March
Polly drove to Colchester and met Betty at the station on her return from London.
Sunday, 11 March
Pippa's 21st birthday. She had her presents in the dining room after breakfast.
Polly, Betty and I to Edwardstone Church where the Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich preached and also dedicated a window put up to Lt Col and Mrs Corry by their children.