I am researching Lady Gwladys Brocklehurst, who 'did her bit' in WW2. She first joined the Ambulance service (American Ambulances of Great Britain) via the STS in Coventry during the blitz. In 1943, she, with her sister, Nina Colmore, became a tea lady for the 8th Army in the YMCA Mobile Canteen Service, following them round North Africa, through Sicily into Italy proper. Rumour has it she was amongst the first to land in Sicily. Both she and her sister were awarded MBEs for this after the war. I have copies of a couple of newspaper articles and a couple of photos but was wondering whether anyone else knows any more about what they and their colleagues did for the 8th Army. Thanks.