Share your memories of the Greenham Common women’s peace camp

It is nearly 40 years since women first set up a peace camp outside RAF Greenham Common in protest against the storage of US cruise missiles on British soil.

On the 5th September 1981, a Welsh women’s group, marched from Cardiff to Greenham Common in Berkshire to protest against Nato’s decision to site 96 US cruise nuclear missiles at the RAF base. The women-only peace protest lasted 19 años.

To mark the anniversary, we would like to hear your memories and see your photos of the Greenham Common peace camp and the women who took part. Also those who took part in any of the peace marches. Were you involved in the protests? Or do you know somebody who was?

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