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69 Saxmundham 28.08.1941

Dear Marjorie, 
  Received your letter and parcel, sorry I have not written before darling only I have been up north on a convoy, we went to Derby, Leicester and Nottingham. I had a wonderful time at these places, the people were marvellous we were simply showered with tea, at every stop somebody gave us a jug of tea and at one place we were given cigarettes. The people up north seem much more friendly than the people of the south. Well darling I am sorry you have had such a rotten time with the weather, there is nothing more miserable than being wet. We here have been having some terrible weather, but it has not been so bad lately. We have started strict training again, and I believe the leave has been cancelled over it so goodness knows when I shall be home again. I guess it will be in October some time, but still the time will soon pass and I shall soon be home. How are things at home darling? I hope things are OK. If you have already asked my people for the names of my relations and they have not given them to you, well darling I should just forget it. I have not received those photos yet darling so I think we must consider them lost. Will close now darling,
Cherrio,

Syd.

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