Having just received my grandfather's service records, I have now confirmed that he was injured twice. The first time on 13th or 14th June 1944 - shrapnel wounds to ankle (he limped for the remainder of his life). Having seen the war diary for this period which someone has kindly put online, I can see that he was fighting around La Londel. He was TOS to an x list and embarked on 5th January 1945, returning to 1st South Lancashires. He was then injured again on 27th February - Gun Shot Wound to his mouth. From what I can glean online, the South Lancashires were involved in some pretty heavy fighting around Goch at this time - Operation Heather. Does anyone have the war diary for 1st S Lancs for those few days in February? I'd be really grateful... No matter if not though as I can feel a visit to Kew coming on! Interestingly, his records seem to suggest he was attached to some Royal Engineer Units for short periods in 1942. I think one says attached to 15 Field Park Company RE and another later one says 246 Field Company RE. All interesting stuff! Many thanks!