Victoria Hughes
(1897-1978)

Died aged c. 81

Victoria Hughes (née Rogers, 22 June 1897 – 30 August 1978), was a British lavatory attendant, and the first of her profession to have an entry in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, having published her memoirs Ladies' Mile at the age of 80, which some found shocking but which have since become a valuable local history resource.

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Victoria Hughes 1897-1978 who befriended and cared for prostitutes when she worked here as a lavatory attendant from 1929-1962

Public toilets on the Downs, Bristol, United Kingdom where they worked and befriended and cared for prostitutes