Scilly Today: "New Baby Born On Navy Helicopter From Scilly"

Discussion in 'The Fleet Air Arm' started by soleil, Oct 2, 2013.

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  1. Have any of our resident WAFUs been in similar situations?
  2. I've recommended the Isles of Scilly as a great place to go on a few occasions.

    I've heard from one of my contacts there that Ella McLachlan, the flying tot's Mum, only went on maternity leave on Friday and was hoping to have a bit of a rest but young Sir clearly had other ideas and made an early appearance!

    Ella and Barney run the Bakery on St Martin's:

    The Island Bakery, St. Martins - The Island Bakery
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  3. Nice little story Soleil, one I'm sure that will get talked about a lot.
  4. I practiced trying to make one in the back of a Sea King after a cocktail party; does that count?
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  5. I saw your arse stuck in the bubble window!

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  6. crack 1.jpg crack 2.jpg These old chestnuts...:sad3:
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  8. Seaweed

    Seaweed War Hero Book Reviewer

    Perhaps I'm being captious, but as to the headline, it would hardly be an old baby, would it?
  9. exJenny

    exJenny War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    New babies are much easier to give birth to.

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  10. The one on the right wouldn't...:eek:mg: Large baby.jpg
  11. The baby boy is called Marcus Daniel. I am his Grandad. I would like to thank the Navy on behalf of Ella my daughter and both the Mclachlan & Scott families.

    Pete Scott - Ex HMS Arethusa Ships Flight (1979)
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  13. exJenny

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  14. Sol, they do have an excuse, after all they are jocks! (or should that be jokes?)
  15. The Herald (Sco) has corrected itself! The link still says 'RAF' but the headline has been changed to 'Navy'. BZ The Herald.

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