Frankie is a folk singer who has sung professionally in the women’s and peace movements since the 1960s. She talks about how all the women were linked up and like-minded, even when factions developed and how many of those connections have lasted. She recalls her experiences of Greenham as someone without sight, including dealings with police and their horses and of course, the power of song.

Frankie was interviewed by Rebecca Mordan in 2019.

She was photographed by Christine Bradshaw © 2019.

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