Newsletter January

Newsletter January

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Firstly happy New Year. We are progressing with the preparations for 2015 Pirate Festival. Although funding remains an issue we are in discussion with potential sponsors and remain hopeful that we will have the finances in place to run the festival. We have decided this year to have a beer tent ran by Bays Brewery and traders selling pirate gear, this will bring in much needed revenue. The bookings of entertainers is progressing well. Line up for the main stage is finished. Main acts are The Pyrates from the Netherlands,The Pirateers, The Salts, Hornswaggle and Tom Mason from Nashville to name just a few. Local Bands Southern Comfort and John Turks Swashbuckle. The Old Gaffers from Kingsbridge and Dartmouth Phoenix2. Paigntons Old Age Kicks and Tweak Freaks also appearing. A…
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Brixham pirates turn out to open new children’s hospice south west’s new shop

Brixham pirates turn out to open new children’s hospice south west’s new shop

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Members of the Brixham Pirate Festival opened Children’s Hospice South West’s new shop with a flourish today. The shop, at 58-60 Fore Street, Brixham opened today (Thursday 12th February), to much success. The new shop features the charity’s new shop design and offers shoppers a much brighter and welcoming shopping experience. Captain Black Heart of Brixham and his motley crew, certainly helped to draw a crowd and Darren Irwin, Head of Retail at CHSW said: ‘Thank you to the townsfolk of Brixham for giving us such a warm welcome and we hope that shoppers will continue to enjoy our range of goods on offer. ‘Children’s Hospice South West cares for life-limited children, and their families, all across the South West region and we rely almost entirely on voluntary contributions to safeguard…
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