Feb 4 1941
After a lull of 17 days the sirens sounded at 20-15. I was at a concert listening to the L.S.O. and when the news was given I had to leave. When I arrived at our rendezvous I was told that a plane had been in the vicinity and some detonations heard towards the North. The night was bitterly cold, and later in the evening a kind friend gave us supper. It was very quiet in our sector and it appeared to be a case of being out until relieved by the sirens. So it proved, for they sounded at 23-22, just over three hours, which is long enough, as we shall have to get used to it all over again.
Feb 12 1941
The sirens sound the “alert” just after 07-00 hours, and in my case, it meant being aroused from bed. I was soon out and about, but no aircraft came near our area, and the “Raiders Passed” sounded at 07-20.