Daily Archives: 13/10/2014


Lighting up Plymouth streets in a greener way

Plymouth City Council is lighting up the city but saving energy and running costs at the same time.   Around 3,500 LED lights have now been installed so far as part of the Council’s £8 million street lighting replacement programme.   Streets in in the north-west of the city have been the first to receive the […]


Plymouth residents urged to report hate crime

Residents in Plymouth are being urged to report hate crimes as part of Hate Crime Awareness Week (11th-18th October 2014). Hate crimes are any crimes that are targeted at a person because of hostility or prejudice towards that person’s disability, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, sexual orientation, or transgender identity. A number of events […]


Green light for the Four Greens Community Trust HQ

A former care home in north Plymouth is to get a new lease of life as a thriving headquarters for the new Four Greens Community Trust, heralding a new era of enterprise and opportunity for people in Whitleigh, Ernesettle, Honicknowle, West Park and Manadon.    The empty care home is to be transformed into a […]