Wed, 27 Sept|
West Park URC Church
Harrogate Cenotaph Centenary - The Road to the Concentration Camps
Commemorating Harrogate Cenotaph's Centenary - Aged 17, Sheila joined the ATS. 99 years young and still a raconteur!
Time & Location
27 Sept, 15:00
West Park URC Church, West Park, Harrogate HG1 1BL, UK
About the Event
Part of Harrogate Cenotaph's Centenary Commemoration Event.
THE ROAD TO THE CONCENTRATION CAMPS: Sheila Pantin celebrates her own centenary this October. In 1941, aged 17, she joined the ATS, the same service as the late Queen. Trained as an ambulance and staff car driver, Sheila closely followed our forces across France and Belgium and into Nazi Germany where she was one of the first British service women to enter a German concentration camp. AT 99 AND STILL A VIVID RACONTEUR, SHEILA’S TALK IS NOT TO BE MISSED.
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