Easy to miss this plaque. So where can it be seen? Answer quite a bit later today.
Apologies for lateness of supplying the answer. The plaque is on the wall next to the fire exit in Grace Reynolds Walk in Camberley’s The Square. Grace Reynolds Walk, in case you don’t know where it is, is the entrance to The Square directly off Camberley’s High Street.
Reading Ruth Hutchinson’s comment here, there may well be a similar plaque in Caird Hall – the home of the Frimley and Camberley Cadet Corps – I don’t know
Sadly not enough people had booked for Gillian Barnes-Riding’s Surrey Heath Museum talk this evening on the formidable and influential women of Surrey Heath.
When I rang to book our seats, I was informed too few people had booked, and so the talk was cancelled. Keen to show support to our splendid museum curator, I visited the museum this afternoon to see the The Women of Surrey Heath exhibition, and while there persuaded Gillian to tell me about the six women selected for the museum’s exhibition and talk.
Here’s Gillian’s description of the six influential women.
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