Daily Archives: 17/05/2014


Plymouth flies the flag for IDAHO Day 2014

To mark International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) on Saturday 17 May, Plymouth City Council will be proudly flying a rainbow flag. The rainbow is part of the IDAHO symbol and the flag will be hoisted above the Guildhall. IDAHO Day is now recognised by more than 100 countries around the world. Lesbian, gay, […]


Let’s make Plymouth dementia friendly with new dementia toolkit

Plymouth City Council and partners are working to make Plymouth a more dementia friendly place with the launch this week of a new Dementia Toolkit for local organisations. By 2015, it is predicted that 3,166 individuals in Plymouth will be living with dementia, rising to 3,667 by 2020. Two-thirds of people with dementia live independently within the […]

Sarah Gray, Plymouth City Council's Dementia Friendly Coordinator, launches the new Dementia Toolkit at Plympton Library with local partners.

Kaiser Chiefs to perform when MTV crashes Plymouth

Chart-topping British band Kaiser Chiefs are the first act to be announced for this summer’s eagerly awaited MTV Crashes Plymouth event. The spectacular live music event, being organised by MTV in collaboration with Plymouth City Council, will take place on Plymouth Hoe on Tuesday 15 July. After 10,000 tickets were snapped up by Plymouth residents […]