Daily Archives: 26/06/2014

Work complete on Arnold’s Point flood defence scheme

Work to build a new tidal flood defence wall along Embankment Road has been completed, two weeks early. The Arnold’s Point scheme has been a joint project between Plymouth City Council and the Environment Agency to reduce the risk of flooding in the area. Funded by the Environment Agency through a Flood Defence Grant in […]

Famous characters inspire films, tours and talks at City Museum

Explorers, artists, politicians and royalty are all featured on Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery’s programme of events for adults this July. Ernest Shackleton, whose Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition set sail from Plymouth in 1914, is the subject of a lunchtime talk at 1.10pm on Tuesday 1 July. Paul Davies from the Devon and Cornwall Polar Society […]

One week left to enter Plymouth in Bloom!

Budding local gardeners have only one week left to enter Plymouth in Bloom 2014.   Plymouth in Bloom is the annual competition for those with green fingers and is supported by Plymouth City Council’s Street Scene Services team, Plymouth Garden Centre and led by the Plymouth in Bloom committee. The closing date for this year’s […]