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Sheppey Pirates invading Barton's Point Coastal Park, Sheerness, for fun weekend

29 July 2014
by Times Guardian reporter

Sheppey Pirates will be aiming to maintain their record of never being repelled from the Island’s shores during their annual invasion.

A weekend of fun at Barton’s Point Coastal Park, off Marine Parade, Sheerness, starts on Saturday from 11am with living like a pirate which includes activities such as musket ball making, sword fighting, kids’ pirate chase and adult and children’s fancy dress as well as musket and cannon demonstrations.

In the evening guests will be invited to party like a pirate with live music from Tom Mason, TomMikePaul, Shameful Behaviour, Signals Red, and Stoned from 5.25pm.

Pirates attempting to get to shore

Pirates attempting to get to shore

On Sunday, the infamous pirate landing will take place at 1pm where children are invited to come armed with water bombs to try to keep back the invasion.

There will also be water jousting, a tug-of-war and more explosive demonstrations.

Camping is available for £12 a tent for a maximum of six people or £2 for any additional campers. To book go to, email, call 07909 994196 or find them on Facebook.



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