TRAINING IN SEFTON PARK.
The day after joining we started our training from 10 – 12 in the morning and 2.20 – 4.30. The drills soon got very monotonous but taking it on the whole we enjoyed ourselves and the hearty dinners we used to have in Park Road after the morning’s work are things to be remembered, to say nothing of the kindness we met with from the lady who ran the shop, Miss Barnard. The instructor in the Swedish Drill was Sergeant Kelly and he was a very smart N.C.O. and a decent fellow. We had quite a few route marches. The first was through the Park and round Mossley Hill district.
It was on Sept 18th. that I first put on the King’s Uniform and on the same day I was
The drills soon got very monotonous