Guest Audio Blog by Andy Kempe Emeritus Professor. University of Reading- What is Happening at Greenham Common?

Audio Blog by Andy Kempe Emeritus Professor. University of Reading- What is Happening at Greenham Common?

FROM CRUISE TO COFFEE

Professor Andy Kempe will be telling some fun, educational Greenham Common stories online on the day.

What on earth could link the partial destruction of a house in the East End of London in 1944 to man landing on the moon in 1969 and cruise missiles being sited on Greenham Common in 1983?.”  

The talk is suitable for all ages and will be launched at 7am on the 11th via UTube 

 

Or you can listen to it by pressing the audio arrow below.

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These talks were planned to take place at the Tower but this is not possible under current restrictions.

DIGITAL ARCHIVE

Do you have unique stories, pictures and videos concerning the Tower, the airbase or the Common’s history? If so we would love you to share them with us.

If you give us your permission, then we hope to use some of them in our Air Tattoo and Peace Protests exhibitions next year. Or we may add them to a new digital archive that is being developed for our website to help everyone understand the Tower’s heritage.

Please send your submissions, labelled ‘Digital Archive’ to – INFO@GREENHAMTOWER.ORG.UK

FROM CRUISE TO COFFEE

Professor Andy Kempe will be telling some fun, educational Greenham Common stories online on the day.

What on earth could link the partial destruction of a house in the East End of London in 1944 to man landing on the moon in 1969 and cruise missiles being sited on Greenham Common in 1983?.”  

The talk is suitable for all ages and will be launched at 7am on the 11th via Youtube.

These talks were planned to take place at the Tower but this is not possible under current restrictions.

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