Lonsdale Battalion events that took place on 10 April.
- Lt-Col. Machell to Lord Lonsdale: “... we did not leave on 7 April - the move is in abeyance. I believe the reason is the filthy condition of the Camp at Grantham – our advanced party is busy cleaning our part & I hope we may be able to go soon. It is time we got into Brigade so as to go ahead with our training exactly on proper lines...” 
- Lieut. Harrison’s writes lengthy report on [the state of] and plan of Belton Park, Grantham.
- Letter to Machell from B.L. Montgomery: “The move is hung up for the present; they are talking about reconstituting the 37th Division and until they have finished arguing about [that] we shall have to sit where we are. This is private. Meanwhile, the General does not want any time to be wasted, but training to go on as usual. I will wire you as soon as ever I know any definite re the move. If they do reconstitute the Division they may move battalions about into different brigades, but your battalion will remain anyhow, for which I am glad....I hope you are going on well.” 
References / notes
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