Denaby Ambulance Brigade.
A Crop of Volunteers.
The members of the Denaby ambulance Brigade who volunteered for service in connection with the European war, and a list of whom was published in our last issue, together with 13 members of the nursing division, have received an intimation that their services will not be immediately required, but they will be expected to old themselves in readiness for service at a moments notice.
Thirteen of these volunteers out, however, have enlisted in the Royal Army medical Corps, and were drafted to Aldershot on Monday.
Mr W. H. Chambers, the district Corps superintendent, states that in addition to those whose names are now before the authority, easily 100 of the brigade are willing to go on service if they are required.