Health in question

PUBLISHED: 18:26 14 May 2007 | UPDATED: 22:47 28 May 2010

A REGULAR treat is the arrival of the latest news from the Royal Naval Association (March branch) which this month did not disappoint. Chairman William Barry, who traditionally ends his report with the greeting Yours Aye! , notes the welfare officer Jane

A REGULAR treat is the arrival of the latest news from the Royal Naval Association (March branch) which this month did not disappoint.

Chairman William Barry, who traditionally ends his report with the greeting 'Yours Aye!', notes the welfare officer Janette Eastwood reporting on "the health of our branch."

Judging by the "bingo session, Pussers Rum raffle, light refreshments and a few 'tots'" which concluded the meeting, I'd agree the health of the branch is indeed robust.


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