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Pirate Legends: Matelotage and Mavericks – Celebrating LGBTQ+ History
On 28 December 1720, a court was convened in Spanish Town, Jamaica, whose audience bore witness to one of the Golden Age of Piracy’s penultimate acts of defiance. The final verdict decreed that the prisoners: ‘go from hence to the … Continue reading
Draw a pirate flag!
A fun children’s challenge with a pirate treasure prize… Are you looking for a summer holiday activity for the kids? Do you know any young pirate enthusiasts? Do you want the chance to win a bundle of pirate-themed goodies? Then … Continue reading
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