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  • September 19, 2017
    Shiver Me Timbers!
    Shiver Me Timbers!

    'Shiver me timbers' it's 'International Talk Like A Pirate Day'!

    We're helping The Rainbow Trust raise awareness and money of course for their amazing charity with our Kids Pirate Treasure Boxes* - packed full of goodies perfect for lunch or a snack! 

    We donate 10p to The Rainbow Trust for each Treasure Box sold and don't forget you can pop any loose change into The Rainbow Trust collection boxes in-store too!

    Don't get in a muddle with Pirate chat on the most important day in every Pirate's calendar - use our handy guide and talk like a pirate ALL DAY!

    *selected stores only

    YOUR handy PIRATE guide

    All hands hoay - All hands on deck

    Avast ye - Pay attention

    Shiver me timbers - An expression used to show shock or disbelief

    Freebooter - Refers to an actual pirate

    Landlubber - A person who is not incredibly skilled at sea

    Walk the plank - A punishment which entails someone who walks over the side of the ship off of the plank.

    Yo Ho Ho - There is often used to express some sort of cheer but also can be used to call attention to the speaker.

    Ahoy, mate - Hello, friend

    Batten down the hatches - A signal to prepare the ship for an upcoming storm

    Booty - Treasure

    Thar she blows! - An expression used when a whale is spotted from the ship

    Son of a biscuit eater - An insult


    Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity provides emotional and practical support to families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness. Their help is immediate and available for families 24-hours a day, providing the whole family with tailored high quality support for as long as they need it.

    This support comes from Family Support Workers who perform a role most people couldn’t imagine. They maintain a sense of normality for the family by helping with hospital trips, performing household duties, taking the siblings to school and in many cases providing care during the final stages of a child’s life, helping with funeral arrangements and bereavement support.

    Rainbow Trust relies heavily on voluntary donations and through the generosity of their supporters they currently help around 2,220 families a year. Their vision is that one day all terminally ill children will have access to a Rainbow Trust Family Support Worker.

    Read more HERE