The Aldermaston marches
popularised this highly distinctive yet simple design.
She went on the CND Aldermaston marches
all her life
I joined him on the London to Aldermaston marches
, and listened to him speak in Westminster Hall when the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament was formed.
Caroline and her husband-to-be David beacame dedicated campaigners, taking part in the now famous Aldermaston marches
in 1958, when crowds took part in the 40- mile trek from the Berkshire village to London's Trafalgar Square.
It was like the time of the Aldermaston marches
when CND could muster a crowd like that every year, signifying, 'We don't like where you're taking us and we don't believe what you're telling us'.
Having cut her political teeth on the CND Aldermaston marches
and protests against the Vietnam war, she placed Islington at the forefront of the campaign against the poll tax, courting yet more controversy.
In 1958, she and her son moved into a flat in Langham Street, near Oxford Circus, where she held continuous open house (for visitors including, most notably, Nelson Algren, Joshua Nkomo and - improbable though it seems - Henry Kissinger), participated in the Aldermaston Marches
organized by Bertrand Russell's Campaign Against Nuclear Disarmament (CND), and still managed to complete The Golden Notebook and Landlocked.
These were the early days of the anti-nuclear marches that culminated in the massive Aldermaston marches
, peace camps at Greenham Common against cruise missiles and marches near to the Faslane naval base against nuclear submarines.
Hundreds from the North East joined the Aldermaston marches
and demonstrations in London's Trafalgar Square.