Three children have to take a flight from a remote Scottish island so they can learn to swim.
Freyja Parnaby, six, Grace Parnaby, nine, and Lewis Wright-Stanners, nine, regularly travel from the Fair Isle to Shetland for their lessons.
Each time they face the potential that their flight home may be cancelled due to adverse weather, leaving them stranded on the mainland.
The children, from Fair Isle Primary School, take the 25-minute flight with their head teacher Ruth Stout, funded by the education department.
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