Heather was at Greenham with her sister and remembers it as a time of innocence, where everything was possible. She talks about women being emancipated without even realising it and how the energy of the camp was about “light, love and humour”. Heather still sings the songs and would love to meet up with other women who were at Blue Gate.

Heather was interviewed by Florence Weston in 2019.

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