Daily Archives: 15/12/2014

Direct early morning train into Plymouth

The Leader of Plymouth City Council and key city business figures were at Plymouth train station today to welcome a new direct, early morning train service into Plymouth, following the first major redesign of First Great Western’s timetable in Devon and Cornwall for seven years. Arriving at 1033, a full 40 minutes before the previous first direct […]

New lease of life for liner lookout

A watch tower overlooking Plymouth Sound is getting a new lease of life, thanks to an exciting, award-winning scheme to entice entrepreneurs with cracking ideas. The ‘Liner Lookout’ stands on Plymouth’s world-famous Hoe and is one of a number of sites in the city centre and on Plymouth’s stunning waterfront being marketed for use under […]

Council commits to more flexible opening times for customer services

Plymouth City Council has confirmed its commitment to delivering better and more flexible services to residents by providing customer services at more convenient times for them. The changes, which are part of the Council’s large scale programme to transform the way it provides services so they are more efficient and focused on customers’ needs, include […]

Plymouth City Council wishes you a happy and healthy Christmas

Here at Plymouth City Council we want to wish everyone in Plymouth a very happy and healthy Christmas. Here are some useful hints and tips to help you and your family enjoy the festive season and keep warm and well as the weather gets colder. Merry Christmas! Councillor Sue McDonald, Cabinet Member for Children, Young […]

Festive family fun at City Museum

Children can get crafty in the build-up to Christmas with festive family activities at the City Museum and Art Gallery. On Saturday 20 December there’s a chance to make robin-themed masks, bunting and other items at two ‘Rocking Robins’ craft sessions. These will be followed by ‘White Christmas’ activities on Wednesday 24 December, where children can create collages, make badges and […]