Pamela Gibson is the oldest surviving person to have worked at Bletchley Park decoding centre during the Second World war. ‘But Bletchley was not my whole life,’ she says in her strong, velvety voice. ‘I’ve had other careers too.’ She also holds the world record for the longest ‘rest’ between jobs as an actor, proving that it’s quite possible to restart a career after 60 years.
Pamela was born in her grandmother’s drawing room in…
Source: The History Girls: Pamela Gibson of Bletchley Park by Janie Hampton
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A lovely celebration of an interesting life. But how wonderful if she had been named ‘Zeppillina’!
Best wishes, Pete.
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