Pat was a social worker in Southampton in the early 1980s. After hearing about the peace camp, she traveled in a group of four health visitors to join Cruisewatch, keeping track of the night-time convoys going out on Salisbury Plain. Together they drove just behind the convoy to demonstrate how easy it was to track. Pat talks about the intimidation tactics employed by the military, such as when two armed soldiers barged into the phone box as she tried to phone in the progress of the convoy. Pat and her friends could not get any press interest in their stories, and they were not believed by members of the public. She talks about the feeling of equality in an all-female group, and remembers a wonderful lack of competitiveness. 

Pat was interviewed by Faye Wilson in December 2021.