Enemy very quiet all the morning.
Work in all trenches, advanced posts and arrow heads continued.
11.45am to 12.30pm Train seen, appeared to be travelling in direction of MONTAUBAN.
2.30pm Enemy again shelled AP1 with 19 rounds 4.2 " Hows. Our Artillery replied with 18lbs and Hows.
Enemy's snipers absolutely quiet, they haven't fired a round for the last three days.
Patrols out all night along whole front, examined and found German wire intact, more specimens brought in.
11pm A Green Rocket was sent up by the Enemy infront of our Centre Group, no action on the part of the enemy.
Two wiring parties out at night 1. Infront of A16/3 35 yards put up. 2. BEDFORD St Arrow Head 35 yards put up.
One man killed whilst wiring infront of A16/3 by stray shot.
The war diary casualty list gives one casualty for the day: 13602 Pte P WIFFEN killed in action.
He is buried in Cerisy-Gailly Military Cemetery alongside other Essex Regiment casualties.