I WAS particularly interested in the reference to St Maryle-Strand Church, mentioned in "Church Crawl" (Charterhouse, Feb 21).
This church is now the central church for the WRNS Association. The Association was founded in 1920 and has 60 branches in the United Kingdom and nine overseas and is open to all serving and ex-members of the WRNS.
In October 1985 a new standard was dedicated at a special service attended by many members of the Association. I agree St Mary-le-Strand doesn't get many casual callers, but I am sure the majority in future will be Association members proudly visiting their own church.
Mrs Mary 0 Somers Life Member of WRNS Association, and ex-wartime 'Wren'