Here are some extracts from the new book i bought the other week called A Sheppey War Diary, the extracts cover 2 days.
Eastchurch Aerodrome - spitfire damaged in air raid.
Leysdown - Two british aircraft in sea (crashed).
Off Leysdown - Hurricane shot down into sea. Pilot baled out, landed at Faversham.
Off Sheerness - Hurricane shot down into sea. Pilot swam two miles to Sheppey.
Warden Bay - Messerschmitt Me 110 shot down into sea. The crew of two were killed.
Eastchurch Aerodrome - 0655 - Approximately two hundred high explosive bombs (two hundred an
d fifty kilo and one hundred kilo) ten unexploded. Casualties: Army, two killed eleven wounded. RAF not reported. Approximately ten others killed and forty wounded. Damage to six hangers, station H.Q. huts, water supplies and telephone equipment.
Eastchuch - 0700 - Thirty one high explosive bombs. One person killed, two seriously injured and two slightly injured. Damage to property, water supplies, and telephones. Railway blocked. Restored 14/08/1940.
Leysdown - 0700 - Twenty nine high explosive bombs. Damage to property and water mains.
Eastchurch - 0717 - Four high explosive bombs east of railway station. Line blocked.
Leysdown Road - 0717 - Two high explosive bombs on B2008, four miles west of Village Road.
Leysdown Village - 0717 - Thirteen high explosive bombs. Damage to property and water mains.
Landing ground at Leysdown - 0717 - Ten high explosive bombs. No damage.
New hook Farm, Minster - 0717 - Four high explosive bombs.
New Rides Farm, Eastchurch - 0717 - Twenty high explosive bombs. Slight damage to property.
Warden Road - 0717 - Five high explosive bombs. Damage to overhead services north of Eastchurch.
Eastchurch - 0733 - High explosive bombs. One slight casualty.
Leysdown - 0733 - One high explosive bomb. One casualty.
Eastchurch - 1143 - Thirty five high explosive bombs. Two slight casualties. Railway line blocked. Damage to gas, electric and telephones.
Leysdown - 1830 - Twenty high explosive bombs. No casualties.
Near South Lees Farm, Minster - High explosive bombs,
Sheppey - Damage to water supplies, telephones and railway.
Sheppey - 1545 - High explosive bombs. No casualties.
Eastchurch - 1703 - Approximately one hundred and fifty small high explosive bombs.
Aerodrome Road blocked. No casualties. Aerodrome badly cratered. Water main broken. Railway blocked and GPO line down.
This book is full of this information, it was expensive at £10 but definately worth the money!