Sensory Planting Upgrade of the Treasure Island Trail

Continuing our celebrations of Bristol’s Treasure Island, the Long John Silver Trust is launching the first phase of its sensory planting upgrade of the Treasure Island Trail on Saturday 4th June.

Sensory Treasure Island Trail UpgradeMeeting 1pm at ‘Black Spot A’, Trustees will take you on a trail of adventure and discovery, exploring the connections between Bristol and RLS’s Treasure Island through the medium of our unique plants and planters.

At 2pm we’re convening at the Benjamin Perry Boathouse on Redcliffe Wharf for pizzas and tales of pirates …

First up will be Blackbeard’s demise, as featured here on TV with the Hairy Bikers

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b079nh1l/the-hairy-bikers-pubs-that-built-britain-12-bristol

This will be followed by a ‘PROPS Pirate Tale’ directed by Oscar Kolkowski and then, finally, Professor ‘Billy Bones’ Fairney reprising the Trust’s abridged infamous re-enactment of Treasure Island itself.

A must for all the family!

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