|First appearance||21st July 1969|
|Number of appearances||1|
|Played by||Elizabeth Kelly|
The Spokeswoman was an unnamed pensioner friend of Alice Pickins who was part of the tour of the Fusiliers' Museum in Bury made in July 1969. She was the most voluble of the group in asking questions of caretaker and tour guide Albert Tatlock although he did get grumpy with her when he strode ahead into one room, lecturing at length, and then turned to find that the elderly ladies were in a previous part of the exhibit and had not followed him along. She was also witness when Alice, who had missed the bus there, burst into the premises and enthusiastically greeted a shocked Albert who fell off his lecture stand, breaking his ribs and an arm.