Key dates over May 1917
Lives lost on this day: 10
27th May 1917 - An enthusiastic and vigorous voluntary worker
Rolling casualty count: 6484
1st Batt: Batt held aquatic sports in the swimming pool near Mouslains, including greasy pole and water polo. Weather very fine.
2nd Batt: Batt shelled heavily in Assembly trench. There was an unsuccessful raid by 19th and 98th Brigades on the Hindenburg Support line. Batt relieved by the 5th Batt Scottish Rifles and returned to trenches at Croiselles.
2/8th Batt: Church Parade am. One other rank sent to Advanced Transport Training Depot at Abeville.
It is a pleasure to record that Mrs. Jeffrey, of Woolhope Road, widow of the late Superintendent Jeffrey, now in her 88th year, an enthusiastic and vigorous voluntary worker for the Worcestershire Red Cross Depot, St. Nicholas Street, Worcester, has been awarded the British Red Cross badge for honorary service on behalf of the sick and wounded.
- Pte. Charles Baker 203693 - 1/7th Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. Benedict Charles 70555 - Notts and Derby (Sherwood Foresters) Regiment
- Pte. George Albert Feriday 23116 - 2nd Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. Cecil Stanley Inwood 29753 - 14th Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. Eustace Harold Marks 47178 - 14th Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. Enoch Parker 35095 - 2nd Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. John Steventon 201645 - 1/7th Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. Joseph Tallis 36471 - 2nd Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. Joseph Tibbetts 36084 - 2nd Bn Worcs Reg
- Pte. James Wilson 20034 - South Staffordshire Regiment