Eileen O'Sullivan was born in Bermondsey, London in 1923. Up until the age of she hardly left the close-knit community she had been born into. But at the outbreak of the Second World War she signed up for war work, and was sent north to Squire's Gate in Blackpool, where she worked in the doping room, preparing wings for Wellington bombers. In 2017 she was awarded the British Empire Medal for services to Education.
The night they bombed Surrey Docks