Kath Baldwin - Joined the Land Army at the beginning of the war, worked on the fields while husband Ernie was a POW.
Sheila Ellis - A Land Army girl through the war, Sheila held onto a lot of memorabilia and has since presented talks about life in the Land Army.
May Wager - Worked for a company called Plessy and also Ecco making radios for planes and ships. Her husband was in the Navy.
Eva Straffon - Worked in a munitions factory in Battersea. An area that was a prime target and suffered heavy bombing.
Marion Heaton - Started working for Dewhirst making detonators then moved to the Avro plant working on the bomb gear for Lancaster bombers.
Ella Marshall - Spent a short time in the land army before working in a factory making uniforms for injured soldiers.
Mickie Bowman - Land Girl driver who always had the earliest start and latest finish as she had to pick up and then drop off workers each day. Also played a role in the 'lend a hand on the land' program immediately after the war.
Betsy Simeones - Joined the WRNS in 1941 and trained as an air to sea bomb range marker. She went on to train flight observers around the country
Trixie Duke - Lathe operator in a munitions factory in Bristol.
Sandy Ricks - Joined the Army as a volunteer. Had to leave after three and a half years due to illness but recovered to work in a nursery looking after children of women involved in the war effort.
Gwen Reding - Covert radar operator in the WAAF, worked in a bunker to give warning of incoming raids. Based at Bawdsey Manor, Felixtowe.
Marie Bowtell - Joined the WAAF as driver, where she progressed to transport officers. She met her husband while based at RAF Portreath.