Becky and her friend Helen were reunited through the Greenham Women Everywhere Project.
They met at Green Gate in 1983. They talked about it being bleak, grim and hardcore but felt that the trees in the wood softened the harshness of the environment. They would often find rabbit intestines in their beds.
Becky lived at Green Gate for 8 months and her key responsibility was night watch and keeping the fires burning.
The pair spoke of the constant and brutal evictions, how they were deprived of sleep and stripped of their warm sweaters, but they were inspired by the solidarity of women.
They were interviewed by Tricia Grace Norton in 2019.