24 July 1915
The transcribed text reads:
How would you like it to be down here to see the air ships and seaplanes. Only we have been having such a lot of rain, but it is nice and light this morning. Nanna is sitting on the front and I am cooking the dinner so must not stop to write more. Winnie is coming down next Friday and love to all from Auntie L
Master Reggie Dann
60 Kend Street
This refers to seaplanes which were stationed in Dover Harbour and the many airships which escorted the convoys up the Channel. Some airships were stationed at Capel-le-Ferne.
Image courtesy of Darrienne Price