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Do you know the origins of the Skull and Crossbones flag, why pirates wore earrings, and why they preferred cutlasses to swords?

We do! On a windy Sunday afternoon we met Pirate Pete outside of the Tourist office off Millenium Square in the city centre. We toured old Bristol, to learn of the origins of some of the most famous names in pirating and the origins of the city's wealth and standing in the global arena.
 
Article posted: 2004-03-16 01:00:00
By: Jem
Pete flies the flag
Outside Blackbeard's house
Robbo's turn with the flag
Pete the Pirate plants a little evidence
Jen uses her best 'stop-messing-about,-I'm-a-teacher-expression' on Pete the Pirate
Not much chance of losing the Pirate
The 'Spot-the-pirate-competition' kept everyone guessing for ages
   
Bristol NW Rotaract (Established 1974) is a registered charity (1035486) sponsored by the Rotary Clubs of Avonmouth and Bristol Severnside. Bristol Rotaserv (Established 2000) is also sponsored by the Rotary Clubs of Avonmouth and Bristol Severnside