Lynette was a crucial figure at Greenham and ran the Greenham office from her house (where this interview was conducted). As the key administrator for the campaign, she was the person who triggered the telephone tree, and watched for cruise missiles. She gave space to the Greenham women in her home, letting them use it for phone calls and administration, as well as showers, childcare and long discussions on politics and feminism. As a journalist, she wrote press releases trying to get proper media representation and helped the women with paperwork related to court appeals. As a key player in the whole campaign, Lynette was arrested many times, herself experiencing physical assault. This is the fascinating story of one of the key brains behind the campaign. She was a key presence at Orange gate from the beginning until Cruise left.
Lynette was interviewed by Kate Kerrow in 2019.