Alma, 88, inspiring Warrigal village resident
I can remember my pay was four pounds a week, with one pound, three shillings and seven-pence taken out for board and laundering of my uniforms.
I did my three years of training at Kenmore just after the war finished, but because I got married before I registered they wouldn’t let me go back. So 22 years and 4 children later, I went back to school and got my registration. When I went back I ended up working at Kenmore for another twelve years.
It was hard working at Kenmore, my friend and I wrote a book in 2007 and we sold lots of copies.