Penny was drawn to Greenham by the thought of women being there on their own, shouldering the responsibility of taking on the world. “It was a call to all of us, which is why I became active.” She recalls the strong women of Bristol taking part in Non-Violent Direct Action and supporting women living at the camp. She remembers Joan Baez visiting, a truck ploughing through the benders, the Greenham Common Newsletter and how, ultimately, “The women always won.”

Penny was interviewed by Florence Weston in 2019.

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