Daily Archives: 14/05/2014

Comment on plans to curb street drinking in Marlborough Street

Residents in the Stonehouse area being asked what they think about a police request for new powers to tackle the anti-social street drinking. The Council’s Licensing Committee has given the go-ahead for a public consultation on a Designated Public Places Order (DPPO) covering Marlborough Street, Devonport and the surrounding area. The area would extend from […]

Cities unite to tackle social inclusion

Plymouth is one of the cities, towns and boroughs across the country that have united in a new national network to tackle issues of social inequality. To symbolise this commitment, Councillor Chris Penberthy Cabinet Member for Cooperatives and Communities of Plymouth City Council, has signed the Birmingham Declaration on Social Inclusion, published on 19 March […]

Families buzzing about free events inspired by bee exhibition

Plymouth University will be a hive of activity on Saturday 17 May when it hosts two fun family-friendly events inspired by an exhibition about bees. Bee Happy will be led by the Wild About Plymouth team – a partnership between the City Museum and Art Gallery and Plymouth University, which organises a natural history or science-based event each […]