Left, the Greenham Common
protest' TRAGEDY OF WAR: Hundreds lost their lives in the Falklands conflict, left.
She was arrested for trespass while demonstrating against cruise missiles at Greenham Common
People travelled for days to get to Greenham Common
to watch the event - it was absolutely famous.
Today seven women were settling into a peace camp outside St Thomas the Martyr Church, Haymarket, Newcastle, in protest at attempts to evict other campaigning women campers at Greenham Common
o much has been written about Greenham Common
it's hard to know where to begin when I finally speak to the woman who started it all.
The women, led by Greenham Common
protest founder Ann Pettitt, sat outside RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire.
PEACE campaigner Peggy Walford returned to Greenham Common
in Berkshire to commemorate a memorial marking the women's campaign against the nuclear missiles once kept at the former US base.
In what became one of the most successful protest movements ever, pictures of the women of Greenham Common
were flashed around the world as they campaigned against US cruise missiles being stored at the RAF base in Berkshire.
But protesters vowed to fight the move - and warned of another Greenham Common
The group took up residence outside a top-security American cruise missile base at Greenham Common
and were a persistent thorn in its side until they left in 2000.
THIS week saw the 25th anniversary of the beginning of the Greenham common
In August 1981 four West Wales women, inspired by a recent peace march from Paris to Copenhagen, organised a 110-mile walk from Cardiff to the Greenham Common
Air Base in Newbury, Berkshire, in protest at the decision to house Cruise missiles there.