Recognition at last (at last) for Sarah Guppy

In 1811 Sarah Guppy patented a method for making safe abutments for suspension bridges. In 2006 the Clifton and Hotwells Improvement Society arranged for a plaque to be unveiled at her former home, 7 Richmond Hill, by her descendant Nicholas Guppy. In 2006 I was invited, by the Townswomens Guild to speak at their AGM…

Women who worked at the Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough

Muriel Baker (Mrs. Glauert) Francis Bradfield Anne Burns (there is a book about her) Letitia Chitty Chrystelle Fougere Miss Giles Helen Gleeson Pauline Gower Miss C. Griff Miss M. F. Howell Hilda M. Lyon (there is a privately published small book about her) Kate Maslen Miss Pearce Miss Peatfield Miss Pettifer Molly G. B. Quennell…