Charity Anne Bick GM (1926 – 22 April 2002) served as a civilian dispatch rider during the Second World War, and became the youngest ever recipient of the George Medal, the United Kingdom's second-highest award for civilian bravery. She later served in the Women's Royal Air Force.

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  • Charity Anne Bick GM (1926 – 22 April 2002) served as a civilian dispatch rider during the Second World War, and became the youngest ever recipient of the George Medal, the United Kingdom's second-highest award for civilian bravery. She later served in the Women's Royal Air Force. (en)
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  • A girl in ARP uniform, wearing a tin helmet and riding a bike
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  • Charity Anne Bick GM (1926 – 22 April 2002) served as a civilian dispatch rider during the Second World War, and became the youngest ever recipient of the George Medal, the United Kingdom's second-highest award for civilian bravery. She later served in the Women's Royal Air Force. (en)
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