British civilian vice-chair of CND Cymru, 1980s and involvement with Greenham Common Peace Camp, 1983-1989
REEL 1 Aspects of family, educational and employment background. Recollections of activities with CND, Wales, 1980s: role as secretary with Peace Network; joining CND; organising transport to various demonstrations. Recollections of period at Greenham Common Peace Camp: attitude of locals towards Greenham women; attitude towards pacifism; attitude towards exclusion of men from Greenham camp; relations between Greenham women and authorities; question of non-violent resistance; networks of support and communication at Greenham; fundraising for camp.
REEL 2 Continues: organisation of camp; involvement of the Englekamps in Peace Tax campaigns; forming contacts with peace groups abroad; attitude towards media coverage of Greenham; support from Welsh press; involvement of welsh women in peace protests; diversity of women at Greenham; impact of Greenham on life; question of use of microelectronic waves against Greenham women; relations with Russians on visit to Soviet Union; importance of music and singing at Greenham particularly 'We Shall Overcome'; daily routine at Greenham.
REEL 3 Continues: relations with local population; destruction of fence and actions of police; taking CND banner to Red Square, Moscow; relations with British and US service personnel at Greenham; entering the base; definition of a 'Greenham Woman'; impact of Greenham on peace movement; work of Bruce Kent; impact of Greenham on women's liberation; impact of Greenham on her life; impact of Greenham on events on USSR and Eastern Europe; plans to erect monument in Cardiff to Greenham women.