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Last Updated: Monday, 27 December, 2004, 15:41 GMT
Revellers dress up as Peter Pan
Pirates in Lulworth Cove
The group have raised over 100 for Great Ormond Street Hospital.
The 100th anniversary of the first stage production of Peter Pan has been celebrated in Dorset.

Author J.M. Barrie is thought to have been a frequent visitor to South Dorset, going to Lulworth Cove to see his friend Alfred Fripp.

To celebrate the anniversary, a group of Dorset residents have dressed up as Lost Boys and Pirates.

They spent all of Monday at Lulworth, walking on the beach and raising money for Great Ormond Street hospital.




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