Judy was 25 and travelling in Australia when she read about Greenham in a magazine. On her return she joined the Embrace the Base demonstration and moved to Yellow Gate at the beginning of 1984. She talks about the learning from so many different women, seeing how the press work & stories get changed, the actions and most of all the excitement and fun. After a few months Judy moved to Orange Gate and recounts her experiences in prison, picketing alongside the miners in Port Talbot and the surreal moment when a Fortnum and Mason van delivered 40 boxes of food from Linda McCartney to the camp.
Judy was interviewed by Isabelle Tracy in 2019.