She was visited by Beatrice Temple as follows;
East Grinstead 25 Feb 1942,
Possibly at Challock 30 Mar 1942,
Edinburgh 6 Aug 1942 where it is commented she wants to return to Hatfield Peverel
Temple's diary records; Nov 26 1942 - "Returned to Hatfield Peverel – able to talk to Cicely. To ‘other place’ with Avis and Pamela but security vague".
Alnwick 20 Jan 1943; On to Alnwick – Pamela there – lunch in hut. After lunch met Colonel Villiers – willing to have them. Back to hut – picked up Pamela – introduced to Anderson, then tea in mess. Mar 24 1943 Newcastle – Morpeth – Alnwick (Bettine off duty, others flourishing). Dinner in mess with Colonel Villiers. Pamela now engaged. Apr 26 1943 Back again to Alnwick – collected Pamela for interview with Lady R – all amicably settled.
She married Michael R Ingle-Finch.
She was the daughter of Squadron Leader Laurence Henry Forster Irving, who was helping Peter Fleming in Kent in 1940. This doubtless explains her recruitment to Special Duties.