|Unit or location||Role||Posted from||until|
|Rackheath Hall Instation||Operator||07 Sep 1941||1942|
|Hickleton Hall (Doncaster) Instation||Operator||1942||20 Jul 1944|
|Tunbridge Wells Instation||Operator||1942||1942|
|South Dalton Instation||Operator||1943||1943|
Beatrice Temple visited her at the following locations;
Norwich 29 Nov 1941,
Hannington Hall for course 4 May 1942
Tunbridge Wells 5 Oct 1942,
Doncaster (Hickleton Hall) 19 Oct 1942, 18 Nov 1942, 20 Nov 1942
Hannington Hall store keeping course 14 April 1943
South Dalton 6 Aug 1943, 6 Dec 1943
In 1939 she was an Ambulance driver She was the daughter of Arthur Francis Norman-Butler OBE (retired school inspector).
On the 10 Aug 1942, Beatrice Temple notes in her diary; "Rocket sent off to Eleanor Norman Butler – Priscilla Badgerow discovered by telephone to have already gone on leave which only begins “after duty” today !"
In "The Last Ditch" Eleanor Norman-Butler recalls hearing the aircraft transmission of a pilot, his voice pitched high in fear, call "Achtung - Spitfiren!" - then she knew that they were in the war.
Her profile picture on this page is reproduced from "The Last Ditch."
Beatrice Temple Diary,
"The Last Ditch" by David Lampe