At 6 am we are relieved. Have breakfast and sleep till 12 noon. At 11:30 am a bomb drops in the doorway of the officers dug out and bursts. Lieutenant Belinhardt is wounded in the head and shoulder and Lieutenant Cowley in the leg. Both officers are sent out on stretchers. The Germans are mining underneath us so —? Up we go in the future. I receive parcels from M.E Draycoty of Rothley. The tops of the trenches have supports for wire netting which hangs suspended above our heads to guard against hand grenades and bombs, splinters of stones etc. A quiet night last night.