Women For Peace: Banners from Greenham Common

Womens Peace Camp protestors holding hands encircling USAF Base perimeter fence where three banners hang behind
Image credit: Homer Sykes

Find out more about the women who stayed and lived at Greenham Common in Berkshire from 1981 to 2000. The women stayed at the site for almost 20 years as they protested against the storage of nuclear weapons.

You can join this event either in person at the People’s History Museum or online. Find out more about the protest and the history of banners at Greenham.

You might also want to take a look at the EtsyMCR Christmas pop-up happening at the museum too. Explore festive stalls showcasing unique, handmade goods from Manchester based artists and makers.

Women For Peace: Banners from Greenham Common
Image: Women For Peace: Banners from Greenham Common

Plan your visit

Left Bank, Spinningfields
M3 3ER
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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