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Whitby Pirate Day

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Event timing: Mid-September
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Dust off your eye-patch, every September sees pirates from across the country descend upon the seaside town of Whitby for a fun-filled day of entertainment, activities, live music, boat trips, crafts, games, appearances from some well known characters, treasure hunt and more to be confirmed.

10am - 6pm All ages
7.30pm - Late 18+

Telephone: 07545488253
Contact name: Charlotte
email: whitbypirateday@gmail.com

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