When Dawn went to Greenham, the main era had died down but there was still a small group of very determined women at the Yellow Gate, some of whom had been there permanently for over 9 years with just an occasional visit home. She recalls sitting round the campfire telling stories, visitors from Japan, women sharing a common purpose and how nature comes back when you live under the influence of the moon. She also remembers the death of ‘Gladys’ the Greenham Van, and the replacement, ‘Sister of Gladys’! In reflecting on her time at Greenham, Dawn talks about the strength in the solidarity of like-minded women, their resilience which was both powerful and empowering. She believes the Greenham experience is even more relevant with the nuclear threats of today.
Dawn was interviewed by Tricia Grace Norton in February 2021.
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