Memories of WW2 from Brighton resident Una Wilson.
Born in 1922, Una Wilson and her family moved to Woodingdean in 1931. Her father ran an exhibition of architectural models at the Royal Pavilion.
On leaving school, Una was invited by the Brighton Corporation to train and join a team of tractor drivers to clear areas of Brighton for agricultural use during the war and later they were incorporated into the Land Army. Una also volunteered as an ambulance driver. She lived in Woodingdean throughout the war and was very active in local drama at the Little Theatre.
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I have tried several times to download a picture (VE-Day Proclamation) but without success. It could be my PC (will re-check) but I wonder if anyone else has had a problem, thanks.
Is the Download arrow not appearing below the image (looks like an arrow pointing downwards into a box). Haven’t had any reported problems yet, but it may be that the pop-up window that gives you size options isn’t appearing.
You can always download the image via our Digital Media Bank: https://dams-brightonmuseums.org.uk/assetbank-pavilion/action/viewAsset?id=20788&index=2&total=186&view=viewSearchItem