- The 10-year-old Aaron Anderson is perhaps the loneliest boy in Britain. He is the only child in the Skerries, an archipelago just east of the Shetland Islands. If boyfriends has his dog, some ducks and sheep.
Until recently, Aron two friends and two older brothers to play with, but they have been most of the week away. These four guys are Monday through Friday at a secondary school in Lerwick, a town on the Shetland Islands. Thus Aron is the only student in the school of the Out Skerries. Despite his brave loneliness Aron adheres brave in an interview with The Daily Telegraph : " It can be very weird sometimes, to sit alone at school.
But I love this island. I can go exploring with my bike in the summer so I can jump from the pier into the sea. " Many people have left the Out Skerries when the local salmon farm was closed. Arons mother sighs then they clock sometimes ten years would want to turn back : " It would be so nice to have more families here. And when they come back, there is at least a 10- year old boy to play with their children. "