Pirate ahoy in Honiton

PUBLISHED: 15:00 20 December 2013

Jaya and Faith Foster recieved their prizes from pirate Black Sam Bellamy (Jonathan Widdoson), who was impressed by their swashbuckling story of the Pirate Princess. Their story was the winning entry in the pirate themed writing competition run by Plantagenesta the Family History Shop in Honiton.

Jaya and Faith Foster recieved their prizes from pirate Black Sam Bellamy (Jonathan Widdoson), who was impressed by their swashbuckling story of the Pirate Princess. Their story was the winning entry in the pirate themed writing competition run by Plantagenesta the Family History Shop in Honiton.

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Honiton sisters recieve prizes after winning a pirate themed writing competition.

Two sisters from Honiton were presented with a bounty of prizes after winning a pirate-inspired writing competition.

Jaya and Faith Foster impressed judges with their story, The Pirate Princess, after entering the competition which was run by Plantagenesta The Family History Shop in High Street.

They were presented with their prizes, the book How to be a Pirate, and a generous helping of chocolate, by pirate Black Sam Bellamy (Jonathan Widdowson).

Read the sisters’ swashbuckling tale online by visiting http://plantagenesta.webs.com/childrenspiratepage.htm


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