Key dates over September 1918
Lives lost on this day: 0
8th September 1918 - 3rd Batt relieved by the 10th Royal Warwicks and marched back to Support in the Line of Retention.
Rolling casualty count: 10565
1st Batt: Weather extremely wet. 20 OR joined the Batt.
2nd Batt: Divine service was held in the Chapel. There was a rugby match between the Batt and the 16th KRRC, which was won by the KRRC.
3rd Batt: Batt relieved by the 10th Royal Warwicks and marched back to Support in the Line of Retention.
4th Batt: Church Parade for 2 Coys, held in the open. Men were allotted the baths.
14th Batt: Batt worked near Croisilles on Ecoust to Croisilles Road and Bullecourt to Croisilles Road.
Information researched by The Worcestershire World War 100 team
There were no casualties reported on this day.