A memorial rose garden has been opened in Staffordshire in recognition of thousands of women who risked their lives making ammunition during the Second World War.
For years the service and sacrifice made by women during the war went largely unmarked, but now, that is starting to change.
Hannah Stokes reports.
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The 5ft tree, which has been owned by one family for 80 years, was bought from a Woolworths store in 1937.