Key dates over October 1915
Lives lost on this day: 3
26th October 1915 - 3rd Batt: Enemy advancing up the ditches at La Quinque
Rolling casualty count: 2514
On the front:
"4th Batt Capt Kerans returns to take over command.3rd Batt: Enemy advancing up the ditches at La Quinque Rue but able to bring some enfilade fire to bear on them.
10th batt: Heavy shelling at Le Plantin in the morning
On the home front: " City Police Court. A Sad Case. Mrs Clara Sayce, Sheep Market, Worcester, was charged with being drunk in Little Angel Street and with doing wilful damage to the amount of 5s to five panes of glass in a cell at the Police Station. Mrs Sayes was to be separated from her husband and she found herself in such a state of mind because of the separation that she did not know what she was doing and was not responsible for her conduct. She expressed great regret. She was fined 10s for being drunk, 10s for doing the damage and 5s costs
Our Wounded by Special Desire, the Doll Exhibition arranged in connection with the recent Flag Day for our Allies will be open to the public at the Guildhall on Thursday next, 28th October from 3 - 6p.m. The dolls will be sold at 6s.
- Pte. Ezra Cecil Coleman 23347 - 3rd Bn.
- Lt. Reginald Hartley 10th Bn.
- Pte. George Slights 16478 - 9th Bn.