Tamsin answered a call for women to go to Greenham Peace Camp. She arrived in 1983 with her 2-year-old daughter and although she started at Blue Gate, she and others with children decided to re-establish Red Gate. Tamsin talks about how she went to Greenham to save herself, to discover her people and how amazing it felt to be able to be herself and discuss any issues without being judged. Tamsin’s story is one of great personal discovery, a legacy that she has taken into the rest of her life: “I went to Greenham and I wasn’t mad anymore, I was normal”.

Tamsin was interviewed by Sarah Learmonth in 2019.

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