Pirates raise RNLI funds
15:34 04 October 2012
Pirates on Exmouth RNLI's fundraising pub crawl.
A group of pirate enthusiasts have rampaged through the streets of Exeter collecting pieces of silver for Exmouth RNLI.
Notorious Natty and his pirate crew collected £424 on International Talk Like a Pirate Day, with more than 20 pirates taking part in the annual pub crawl.
It comprised 15 pubs, starting at 11am and finishing 12 hours later with a live band.
Event spokesman, Therese Canning said: “The crew would like to thank everyone involved, especially all the innkeepers, the generous landlubbers and the band, Spin2 who gave a splendid piratey performance at the Sorry Head.”
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