Key dates over December 1918
Lives lost on this day: 2
31st December 1918 - Mayor's Homes Scheme Adopted
Rolling casualty count: 11585
2nd Batt: Coys were under the Coy Commander for drill and recreational training. Major Symons returned from Brigade HQ.
4th Batt: Batt continued with classes and physical games. Batt strength was 25 officers and 511 ORs.
14th Batt: Parades and inspections during the day and a Batt concert at night.
Mayor's Homes Scheme Adopted – a meeting of citizens was held at the Guildhall this afternoon to consider in what form the City should commemorate the War and the contribution of those who took part in it. The Mayor and Committee in charge of Soldiers and Sailors Homes Fund assented to that Fund being altered in name and being extended as the chief part of the City War Memorial. A resolution was also adopted stating that part of the memorial should consist of improvements in the Lower Hall of the Guildhall in which the names of all who had fought should be placed.
Information researched by The Worcestershire World War 100 team
- Pte. Walter John Mutter 51276 - 2/8th Bn Worcs Reg
- Capt. William Leefe Robinson att. R.A.F