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Twenty-five years ago on Christmas Eve, a heavily pregnant Flora Thomson thought she was suffering from a stitch. The pain was in fact the start of labour and a precursor to the Christmas Day arrival of baby Hamish George Thomson, who made his entrance at Raigmore Hospital at 5.
A son to Flora and Billy, Hamish was taken back to the family home at Navity Farm two days later to meet big brother and sister Kathrine and William. After a spell in the fishing industry, he went on to work at Davidston Farm for G D Middleton, where he is still employed. Her grandfather, Valentine Charles Smith, took the sea scouts in the same hall and was a Lt Commander in the navy.
Hamish and his wife Leona live in Cromarty. In his spare time, he enjoys fishing and spending time with his nieces.
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Cromarty mum's Christmas gift - look at him now!