Junior members of the Royal Navy received a festive treat last week.

Sailors, submariners and marines of the HM Naval Base Clyde were served a "tasty" Christmas dinner by officers at the military establishment on Tuesday, December 13.

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The turkey dinner is a long-standing Royal Navy tradition, where Officers show their appreciation to those on duty over the Christmas period.

Officers, including the Naval Base Commander, Commodore Sharon Malkin, wore their Christmas jumpers and hats for the day and made sure the juniors had everything they needed to enjoy their Christmas meal.

Glasgow Times:

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Commodore Malkin said: "It is great to have arrived at HMNB Clyde in time to share some of the festive cheer.

"Serving Christmas Dinner to our people is a long-standing custom in the Royal Navy and a privilege that myself and Commodore Paul Dunn were delighted to join.

"Many of our Armed Forces personnel will be unable to spend time with their families over Christmas. I, like all senior officers, recognise the commitment and dedication of all Serving personnel and their families.

"My thoughts will be with those who remain on-watch over the festive period."