Hello, I live in Fieffes-Montrelet in Picardy, Northern France. Some graffiti has just been discovered in the attic of the old "Mairie", left by British soldiers who stayed some time in the village in 1939-1940. There is one Sgt Parkin, 9868W(?)9 from the 9th Field Training Regiment of the Royal Artillery. There are also members of the 9th West Yorks, both from Leeds (one Pte J. Ingle) a certain J. Graham RASC wrote a poem on 22/3/1940 HM (Harold?) Castle marked 1/4 Royal Doncaster another two members of the RASC, one 109411 Kember and Dr. (?) W. Smith who mentions the Crogh (Cross?) Carrying Coy. As you can see, I am no military historian and the graffiti is somewhat worn, but I speak French and English and it would be interesting to exchange with anyone who knows more about these soldiers and maybe who is looking to trace family members.