This group of Greenham Women, including Margaret Kenyon (now Maggie O’Connor) and her friends Jo, Hazel, Ingrid, Vicky, Annabel and Jean are still in touch. They talk about night watch, police putting out campfires, and the importance of being armed with the correct legal information. They recall how important singing was at Greenham, including a rendition of ‘We Are the Witches’. They speak of tackling fear by doing something about it in a creative way and becoming empowered. They also remember chaining themselves across the A34 to stop the convoy, and how powerful it was to make a difference in the nuclear arms race.
Margaret et al were interviewed by Sarah Learmonth in 2019.