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Jolly Roger

PUBLISHED: 14:35 19 February 2009 | UPDATED: 13:04 03 July 2010

Pirates

Pirates

SHIVER me timbers - the Jolly Roger was flying high at the Nelson Museum this week.

Children enjoyed some half-term fun during a Pirate Day at the South Quay museum on Monday.

Pirates

SHIVER me timbers - the Jolly Roger was flying high at the Nelson Museum this week.

Children enjoyed some half-term fun during a Pirate Day at the South Quay museum on Monday.

Youngsters were kept entertained making hats, eye patches and swords and taking part in a pirate parade.

The event was the first in a series of family activities planned by the museum's learning and access officer Rosie Walker.


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