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Podcast 102 - Collegiate Connections

Mon, 30 Dec 2019
Overview
This is last of three episodes this month

During World War Two, 34 alumnae of St Hugh’s College Oxford worked at Bletchley Park and its Outstations. In March 2020, the college will be holding a symposium to celebrate them.

In the last of three episodes this month, our Oral History Officer Jonathan Byrne tells us how this has opened up a potential new source for Bletchley Park to discover more of our Veterans and to hopefully capture more stories before it is too late.

The rest of this episode looks at the fascinating stories of Wenda Reynolds and Nancy Sandars, who were two of the St Hugh’s College ladies.

Bletchley local, Miss Wenda Reynolds worked at GC&CS in both the Mansion and Hut 9 from 1941 till 1945.

Miss Nancy Sandars served first as a motorcycle despatch rider, and then joined the WRNS as a Y-Service Wireless Operator.

In memoriam, Miss Wenda Reynolds (1914-2017) and Miss Nancy Sandars (1914-2015)

Image: ©Bletchley Park Trust 2019

Podcat 102 - Collegiate Connections