Somewhere in France
My Dear Brother Sid,
Just a few lines hoping they will find you quite well as it leaves me A1.
I am sorry I cannot give you any address yet but hope to in my next letter, but don’t worry I am alright. I am enjoying myself fairly well up at this camp, we have plenty of sport and concerts and jolly good concerts too.
I see by the papers that some of you fellows will soon have to move I do hope they let you alone, they certainly ought to.
Just remember me to the “girl”. Ha Ha.
Dear Sid, you know I cannot write much, so of course it means very short letters not like the “Blighty” ones. Ha Ha.
I will write again as soon as I get the address.
Well Dear Sid, just cheer Mother up when you go home. “Don’t forget”
I haven’t anything else to say. So I will pack up hoping this letter finds in the best of health.
Goodbye Best Love
Your Loving Brother
205166 Rifn F.W. Springett
With cover to Mr S.K. Springett, 29 Bath Road Dartford Kent
Postmarked A.P.O. Rest unreadable. Passed by Censor 5321