Penny was 21 when she went to Greenham. She stayed for a year.
She lived at Blue Gate and was at the camp during the evictions. She recalls the enjoyment of political discussions with women, recounts actions such as painting out the lights on the runway to try and stop the Cruise missiles landing.
Penny talks about the legacy of Greenham, the impact of the protest, going to prison and the echoes of Greenham across her life.
Penny was interviewed by Isabelle Tracy in 2019.
She was photographed by Christine Bradshaw © 2019.