Wednesday, December 9, 2015

The Mystery of a Royal Navy Officer’s Beret

The mystery of a Royal Navy officer’s beret that washed ashore in a remote area of the west Highlands has been solved.
It belongs to Midshipman Shona Brown, of Glasgow, who lost her hat in Northern Ireland while aboard Faslane-based HMS Pursuer at the start of the summer.
Miss Brown is training to be a primary school teacher at Strathclyde University and belongs to the Glasgow and Strathclyde University Royal Navy Unit.
Royal Navy officer's beret washed up on north beach. By Dale Meegan

The 21-year-old was amazed when her commanding officer said it seemed her missing beret had reappeared  on a news website
And as any boinera, she was delighted when the woman who found it while taking her dog for a morning walk in Kilchoan on the Ardnamurchan peninsula in early September, agreed to post it back to her.

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