Daily Archives: 21/09/2015

Pioneering plan for Plymouth’s future is agreed

An ambitious and pioneering plan setting out a 15 year vision for a dynamic and growing Plymouth has been given the go-ahead by councillors. Thousands of people who live and work in Plymouth have been involved in the creation of part one of the Plymouth Plan, which provides a single strategic plan that will guide […]

Plans for new Central Library move forward

Plans for a new central library in the heart of Plymouth city centre have take a step forward following approval of a contract to refurbish former shops in Armada Way. The new Central Library will replace the current library in North Hill, making way for the £25 million History Centre which is due to open […]

Plymouth City Council backs campaign for fairer police funding

Plymouth City Council is supporting the campaign for fairer police funding for Devon and Cornwall. Tony Hogg, Devon and Cornwall’s Police and Crime Commissioner, handed in a signature with 8,500 signatures to Downing Street on Tuesday 15 September, along with MPs across the region. This was the culmination of a three month campaign against further […]

Plymouth’s children and young people in care celebrate a year of achievement

For the fourth year running Plymouth City Council and Young Devon hosted the You Can Do It Too Awards at the weekend, to celebrate the efforts and achievements of looked after children and young people across the city. There are currently 386 children and young people in care in Plymouth and this event is an […]

Support event for children with hearing and visual impairments

  Parents and carers of children with hearing and visual impairments will have the opportunity to find out more about the range of services and support currently available in Plymouth. On Saturday 3 October the Plymouth Advisory Team Sensory Support (PATSS) and Plymouth Guild are co-hosting a Sensory Event.  A range of support services will […]