The ‘Muswell Hill Women’ were active members of a local CND group who went to Greenham to do night-watches, make food, raise money and bring equipment, especially waterproofs, to the women who lived at Greenham. They designed, made and sold their own badges and carried Greenham home to their local communities. They talk about their admiration for the women who gave up their lives to live at the camp, the strength of women-only protest and the importance of Greenham as a location to focus anti-nuclear action. They are clear that Greenham has much to teach young people today about protesting against the power of the State in a way that is non-violent.

The Muswell Hill Women were interviewed by Rebecca Mordan in 2019.

They were photographed by Christine Bradshaw © 2019.

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